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An exceptionally rare cloisonné enamel 'bats and clouds' vase, Qing dynasty, Qianlong period | 清乾隆 銅胎掐絲琺瑯雲蝠紋雙耳瓶

Property from the Brooklyn Museum, sold to support museum collections

An exceptionally rare cloisonné enamel 'bats and clouds' vase, Qing dynasty, Qianlong period | 清乾隆 銅胎掐絲琺瑯雲蝠紋雙耳瓶

An exceptionally rare cloisonné enamel 'bats and clouds' vase, Qing dynasty, Qianlong period | 清乾隆 銅胎掐絲琺瑯雲蝠紋雙耳瓶

An exceptionally rare cloisonné enamel 'bats and clouds' vase

Qing dynasty, Qianlong period 

清乾隆 銅胎掐絲琺瑯雲蝠紋雙耳瓶


the globular body rising from a tall spreading foot to a flaring waisted neck and a gilt galleried rim, the neck set with two mythical beast-form handles, the body intricately enameled with sixteen bats in flight, each meticulously picked out in red, pink, yellow and green enamels, amidst blue ruyi-shaped clouds, encircled above by a band of pendent bats and interlocking C-scrolls at the shoulder, and below by a band of lappets enclosing lotus blooms, repeated and interlocking at the foot, the neck with ten further bats in predominantly blue, pink and red enamels amidst shaded green-enameled foliate scrolls, framed below by a band of upright bats, with further interlocking lappets above encircling the rim, all reserved on a turquoise ground


Height 15 ½ in., 39.3 cm 

In good general condition. There is an approx. 5.5cm dent to the foot ring, and two areas of loss to the enamels to the shoulder (longest approx. 3.5 cm). Characteristic small losses to enamels, some infilled with wax, and wear to gilding.


整體品相良好。圈足有一凹痕,約5.5公分,瓶肩琺瑯有兩處缺損,較大者長約3.5公分。琺瑯有細微缺損,屬正常,部分填蠟,鎏金有磨損。


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Collection of Robert Hoe III (1839-1909). 

American Art Association, New York, 18th February 1911, lot 812.

Collection of Samuel P. Avery, Jr. (1847-1920). 

Gifted to the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, in 1911 (acc. no. 09.478). 


來源

Robert Hoe III (1839-1909) 收藏

美國藝術聯盟,紐約,1911年2月18日,編號812

Samuel P. Avery, Jr. (1847-1920) 收藏

1911年贈予布魯克林博物館,布魯克林 (館藏編號09.478)

John Getz, Catalogue of the Avery Collection of Ancient Chinese Cloisonnés, New York, 1912, pl. 49. 


出版

John Getz,《Catalogue of the Avery Collection of Ancient Chinese Cloisonnés》,紐約,1912年,圖版49

Blue of Jingtai. The Samuel P. Avery, Jr. Collection of Chinese Cloisonné Enamels, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, 1990-93. 


展覽

《Blue of Jingtai. The Samuel P. Avery, Jr. Collection of Chinese Cloisonné Enamels》,布魯克林博物館,布魯克林,1990至1993年