Vase bouteille en porcelaine de la Famille Rose à décor sgraffiato sur fond vert pâle Marque en cachet et époque Qianlong | 清乾隆 淺綠地粉彩錦上添花長頸膽瓶 《大清乾隆年製》款 | A green-ground Famille Rose Sgraffiato bottle vase, seal mark and period of Qianlong
20,000 - 30,000 EUR
20,000 - 30,000 EUR
Vase bouteille en porcelaine de la Famille Rose à décor sgraffiato sur fond vert pâle Marque en cachet et époque Qianlong
A green-ground Famille Rose Sgraffiato bottle vase, seal mark and period of Qianlong
la panse piriforme décorée d'un semi de fleurs de lotus, de chrysanthèmes, de prunus, de pivoines sur fond vert bouteille à décor sgraffiato, le long col tubulaire décoré de fleurs et reposant sur un court pied droit
28,5 cm, 11¼ in.
28.5 公分， 11¼英寸
The vase was eventually mounted as a lamp when found, and the base has been drilled, through the mark, for wiring. Good condition otherwise with some wear to the gilding.
中文內容僅供參考, 請以英文原版為準。 此瓶曾被改裝成燈座，底在年款上鑽孔，通電綫。除此之外品相良好，描金見輕微磨痕。
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Coated in an light apple-green glaze, this bottle vase is special for its restrained and uncluttered design of vibrantly coloured floral sprays. While its colour scheme, pattern and use of the subtle sgraffiato ground are well-rooted in the exuberant porcelain style developed in the 18th century, the sparsely scattered sprays are an innovation and evidence an attempt at reducing decorative elements to achieve a balanced and refined design.
Compare a bottle vase of this type was sold at Christie’s Hong Kong, 20th March 1990, lot 798; and a slightly larger example sold at Christie’s New York, 21st September 2000, lot 411. See also a much larger vase with a similar colour scheme and design, but also with butterflies, and lacking the sgraffiato ground, sold at Christie’s New York, 15th September 2011, lot 1663.