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1069

A GREEN-GLAZED POTTERY DING AND COVER, HAN DYNASTY

Estimate:

1,000

to
- 1,500 USD

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF DR. CORD

A GREEN-GLAZED POTTERY DING AND COVER, HAN DYNASTY

A GREEN-GLAZED POTTERY DING AND COVER, HAN DYNASTY

Estimate:

1,000

to
- 1,500 USD

Lot sold:

2,142

USD

A GREEN-GLAZED POTTERY DING AND COVER

HAN DYNASTY

漢 綠釉雙耳三足蓋鼎


(2)


Height 7¼ in., 18.5 cm

Section of one handle has been reattached. Chips to the rims and edges. Surface with extensive earth encrustation. Wear to the glaze with flaking throughout.


一耳經重新粘接。口沿及邊緣見磕。表面見土沁。整體見釉面磨損及剝釉。


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Collection of Dr. Richard H. Cord (1930-2006), and thence by descent.

Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, 1981-2020 (on loan).