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691

SOLD BY THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO

A 'CIZHOU'-TYPE WHITE-GLAZED EWER AND COVER
SONG DYNASTY 
Estimate
4,0006,000
LOT SOLD. 1,500 USD
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691

SOLD BY THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO

A 'CIZHOU'-TYPE WHITE-GLAZED EWER AND COVER
SONG DYNASTY 
Estimate
4,0006,000
LOT SOLD. 1,500 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Important Chinese Art

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A 'CIZHOU'-TYPE WHITE-GLAZED EWER AND COVER
SONG DYNASTY 
the ovoid body rising to a sloping shoulder set with a slender curved spout opposite a high looped strap handle and a narrow cylindrical neck, the rounded body deftly carved with two leafing peony flowers, the straight-sided cover with a stepped and domed knop, the exterior covered with a creamy-white translucent glaze pooling to a darker tone within the recesses and finishing unevenly above the unglazed and slightly spreading foot (2)
Height 10 in., 25.4 cm
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Provenance

Collection of Kate Sturges Buckingham (1858-1937).
Gifted to the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, in memory of her sister Lucy Maud Buckingham (1870-1920) in 1924 (acc. no. 1924.317a-b).

Important Chinese Art

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New York