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A RARE SANCAI-GLAZED TRIPOD DISH, TANG DYNASTY | 唐 三彩寳相花紋三足盤

Estimate:

20,000

to
- 30,000 GBP

TANG SANCAI - THE SZE YUAN TANG COLLECTION | 思源堂舊藏唐三彩珍品

A RARE SANCAI-GLAZED TRIPOD DISH, TANG DYNASTY | 唐 三彩寳相花紋三足盤

A RARE SANCAI-GLAZED TRIPOD DISH, TANG DYNASTY | 唐 三彩寳相花紋三足盤

Estimate:

20,000

to
- 30,000 GBP

Lot sold:

37,800

GBP

TANG SANCAI - THE SZE YUAN TANG COLLECTION

思源堂舊藏唐三彩珍品

A RARE SANCAI-GLAZED TRIPOD DISH

TANG DYNASTY

唐 三彩寳相花紋三足盤


the shallow circular dish with gently rounded sides raised on three short cabriole legs, the flat centre incised with a circular roundel enclosing a goose in flight amidst wisps of cloud, surrounded by alternating lotus leaves and tendrils, picked out in amber and green glazes and reserved against a creamy, straw-glazed ground

Diameter 28 cm, 11 in.

There are two small glaze flakes (2 and 3mm., diam) to the green glaze in the interior.


中文內容僅供參考,請以英文原版為準。盤内綠彩可見兩處剝釉(各直徑約0.2及0.3公分)。


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思源堂收藏

Roundels of birds surrounded by floral motifs evoke designs on contemporary embroidered textiles. These textile motifs are often referred to as following the style of Duke Lingyang, a Tang government official who designed patterns for tribute textiles. His patterns are recorded in Zhang Yanyuan’s (c. 815-c. 877) Li dai ming hua ji [Records of famous paintings through the dynasties], which mention designs of confronted birds and soaring phoenix. An example of this style is found on a textile fragment unearthed at Reshui, Dulan, Qinghai, and now in the Qinghai Institute of Archaeology, illustrated in Feng Zhao, Treasures in Silk, Hangzhou, 1999, pl. 04.07.


Dishes of this design include one in the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, accession no. 14.66; one in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, accession no. 50.667; and a third in the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., accession no. F1954.124. See also the dish excavated at the Gongyi kilns in Gongxian, Henan province and illustrated in Huangye Tang sancai yao/ Three-Colour Glazed Pottery Kilns of the Tang Dynasty at Huangye, Beijing, 2000, col. pl. 14, no. 2.