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A PAIR OF FAMILLE-ROSE 'BAJIXIANG' BOWLS
SEAL MARKS AND PERIOD OF QIANLONG
Estimate
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LOT SOLD. 625,000 HKD
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A PAIR OF FAMILLE-ROSE 'BAJIXIANG' BOWLS
SEAL MARKS AND PERIOD OF QIANLONG
Estimate
150,000250,000
LOT SOLD. 625,000 HKD
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Details & Cataloguing

Tianminlou – A Small History of Chinese Ceramics

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A PAIR OF FAMILLE-ROSE 'BAJIXIANG' BOWLS
SEAL MARKS AND PERIOD OF QIANLONG
each with rounded sides rising from a short foot to a slightly flared rim, the exterior decorated with the beribboned bajixiang, the eight emblems arranged in pairs, all below a key-fret band and above ruyi heads in iron red, the foot encircled by a band of blue-enamelled dots against a yellow ground, wood stands
10.7 cm, 4 1/4  in.
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Provenance

Acquired in Hong Kong, 2nd October 1976.

Catalogue Note

A pair of bowls of this type from the collection of Irwin Laughlin, was sold in our New York rooms, 21st November 1973, lot 566; two pairs were sold in these rooms, 15th May 1990, lot 241, and 30th April 1991, lot 108; a further pair was sold in our London rooms, 31st October 1974, lot 322; and a bowl from the collection of Mulin Qian, was sold in our New York rooms, 20th March 2012, lot 316.

Bowls of this design were made from the Qianlong (1736-1795) through the Xuantong (1909-1911) reigns. Compare a pair of Jiaqing (1796-1820) mark and period examples from the Jingguantang collection, illustrated in The Tsui Museum of Art, Chinese Ceramics IV, Hong Kong, 1995, pl. 181; and a Daoguang (1821-1850) mark and period bowl with cover, sold in these rooms, 3rd/4th December 2015, lot 428.

Tianminlou – A Small History of Chinese Ceramics

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Hong Kong