3705
3705
A SET OF THREE TIANHUANG SEALS
LATE QING DYNASTY
Estimation
200 000300 000
ACCÉDER AU LOT
3705
A SET OF THREE TIANHUANG SEALS
LATE QING DYNASTY
Estimation
200 000300 000
ACCÉDER AU LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Important Chinese Art

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A SET OF THREE TIANHUANG SEALS
LATE QING DYNASTY
the first of elongated form, carved on the straight side with four ducks against jagged rockwork and incised with a two-character inscription, the reverse with four in a setting detailed with long millet stems issuing above a pond, inscribed with a two-character seal mark reading qiu se, the seal face with three characters reading heng shui ji, the second of rectangular section and carved around the stone with a continuous scene of an egret soaring above lotus blooms and leaves, one side signed by Sui Gong and dated to the sixth month of the renxu year, the seal face with an inscription, the third modelled in the form of a boulder and carved with a qian li inscription, all above a three-character inscription to the base reading neng yi chou
6.8, 2.7 and 4 cm, 2 5/8 , 1 and 1 1/2  in.
left to right 36.2, 11.1 and 24.4 gr.
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Provenance

Collection of Sa Zhenbing (1859-1952), a prominent Chinese admiral in the Republican period, by repute.

Important Chinese Art

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Hong Kong