A GROUP OF PORCELAIN WARES LATE 17TH CENTURY/18TH CENTURY | 十七世紀末/ 十八世紀 瓷器四件 磁器 四点、17世紀後期-18世紀
A GROUP OF PORCELAIN WARES LATE 17TH CENTURY/18TH CENTURY | 十七世紀末/ 十八世紀 瓷器四件 磁器 四点、17世紀後期-18世紀
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A GROUP OF PORCELAIN WARES LATE 17TH CENTURY/18TH CENTURY | 十七世紀末/ 十八世紀 瓷器四件 磁器 四点、17世紀後期-18世紀

Estimate: 700 - 1,000 USD

A GROUP OF PORCELAIN WARES LATE 17TH CENTURY/18TH CENTURY | 十七世紀末/ 十八世紀 瓷器四件 磁器 四点、17世紀後期-18世紀

Estimate: 700 - 1,000 USD

Lot Sold:1,500USD

Lot Details

Description

A GROUP OF PORCELAIN WARES LATE 17TH CENTURY/18TH CENTURY

十七世紀末/ 十八世紀 瓷器四件

磁器 四点、17世紀後期-18世紀


comprising a Chinese blue and white wine cup painted with flowers, and possibly later decorated in Europe, incised Japanese Palace inventory number N-142-+, Qing Dynasty, Kangxi Period; a Japanese Arita octagonal saucer painted with panels of chrysanthemum, lotus, prunus and other flowers, Edo Period, late 17th Century; a Meissen saucer painted with shishi, and a Meissen two-handled cup, the handles formed of birds heads, painted in the Gelber Löwe pattern, crossed swords marks in underglaze-blue. 4 pieces.

Height of Meissen cup: 2⅝ in.

6.7 cm


Condition Report

The rim of the Chinese cup with 2 minor chips, The Japanese saucer in overall good condition, both pieces with minor firing imperfections and minor wear to the surface. The Meissen cup with a U-shaped section out to the side and glued back with associated losses restored at the rim and along the crack, with two restored rim chips and a chip to the exterior footring. The beak of one handle restored. The Meissen saucer with a section of rim out and broken into two pieces and restored back with associated overpaint.


In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective qualified opinion.

NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING CONDITION OF A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD "AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF SALE PRINTED IN THE CATALOGUE.

Cataloguing

Provenance

The Chinese wine cup:

The Royal Collections of Saxony, Japanese Palace, Dresden

Gift of Peter Rosenberg, Vallin Galleries, Wilton

The Japanese octagonal saucer:

Andreina Torre Collection, Zürich

Sotheby's London, November 18, 1996, lot 15

Literature

The Chinese wine cup: Cassidy-Geiger, 2008, no. 371, p. 709, illus. 

The Japanese Octagonal saucer: Cassidy-Geiger, 2008, no. 373, p. 711, illus. 


Catalogue Note

For the small Chinese wine cup, the 1779 inventory of the Japanese Palace lists ‘Six pair of the same blue and gold small teacups painted with flowers and blue rims, No. 142’ Maureen Cassidy-Geiger, The Arnhold Collection of Meissen Porcelain, 1710-50, New York, 2008, p. 709. A second example of the Meissen two-handled cup was sold at Christie's New York, April 27, 1984, lot 42.

Selected Meissen and Other Ceramics from the Collection of Henry H. Arnhold
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