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142

A Kakiemon porcelain octagonal bowl, Edo period, 17th century

Estimate:

5,000

to
- 8,000 GBP

Property of Lord Ralph Kerr

A Kakiemon porcelain octagonal bowl, Edo period, 17th century

A Kakiemon porcelain octagonal bowl, Edo period, 17th century

Estimate:

5,000

to
- 8,000 GBP

Lot sold:

22,680

GBP

Property of Lord Ralph Kerr

A Kakiemon porcelain octagonal bowl

Edo period, 17th century


the deep bowl with wide rim and upturned edge, decorated in iron red, green, yellow, blue and black enamels, the central roundel with ho-o birds, bordered by roundels of coiled dragons interspersed among plum blossom, the exterior with further ho-o birds among plum blossom and bamboo among rockwork

24 cm. (9 1/2 in.) wide

10in wide

Slight chip to the rim and a crack running across one panel which could be greatly improved by cleaning.


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Possibly Sir Thomas Coke (1675-1727);
Thence by descent.
Anon, Inventory of all the Household Goods and Furniture at Melbourne Hall (1750-1751) late of Sir George Lewis Coke, [ref.168-15-1 Melbourne Archive], 1 March 1750 and July 1751, possibly that described on page 2 in the China Pantry ‘Cne enamelled shaving bason and bottle’ or possibly ‘Cne Fine Bason [sic]'