3392
3392
A HEXAGONAL BRONZE VASE
YUAN DYNASTY
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3392
A HEXAGONAL BRONZE VASE
YUAN DYNASTY
Estimation
8 00010 000
Lot. Vendu 100,000 HKD (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
ACCÉDER AU LOT

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Later Chinese Bronzes from the Collection of Ulrich Hausmann

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A HEXAGONAL BRONZE VASE
YUAN DYNASTY
of hexagonal form, the pear-shaped body rising from a splayed foot to a waisted neck and flared rim, the sides divided into six separate panels by slightly protruding vertical ridges, each side further divided into four quadrants by horizontal ridges, each diapered quadrant enclosing archaistic motifs, the neck flanked by a pair of handles in the form of ruyi-shaped cloud swirls, the exterior patinated to simulate a lacquer-like surface
22.5 cm., 8 7/8  in.
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Provenance

Offermann & Schmitz, Cologne, 1980s.

Description

For a closely related bronze vase of similar size (21cm) in the V & A Museum, see Rose Kerr, 'The Evolution of Bronze Style in the Jin, Yuan and Early Ming Dynasties', Oriental Art, vol. XXVIII, no.2, 1982, p. 150, fig. 10, where another bronze vase excavated in Inner Mongolia is also illustrated, fig. 9.

Later Chinese Bronzes from the Collection of Ulrich Hausmann

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Hong Kong