650
650
A RARE TEADUST-GLAZED LOBED DOUBLE GOURD VASE
QING DYNASTY, 18TH / 19TH CENTURY
Estimation
6 0008 000
ACCÉDER AU LOT
650
A RARE TEADUST-GLAZED LOBED DOUBLE GOURD VASE
QING DYNASTY, 18TH / 19TH CENTURY
Estimation
6 0008 000
ACCÉDER AU LOT

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A RARE TEADUST-GLAZED LOBED DOUBLE GOURD VASE
QING DYNASTY, 18TH / 19TH CENTURY
of trefoil section resting on a splayed foot, the three undulating lobes rising to slender neck and a conforming trilobed mouth, covered overall in a lustrous finely mottled olive glaze save for the unglazed foot ring
Height 9 1/2  in., 24.1 cm
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Provenance

Collection of Johannes Hellner (1866-1947).
Ralph M. Chait Galleries, New York, March 2001.

Bibliographie

Karen Thomson, ed., The Blema and H. Arnold Steinberg Collection, Montreal, 2015, pl. 170.

Description

While teadust-glazed double gourd vases from this period are not uncommon, it is rare to find one of trefoil section such as the present. For related double-gourd vases with triple-spouted mouths, see one from the collection of Ira and Nancy Koger, sold at Christie's New York, 19th September 2009, lot 367 (part lot). See also a smaller robin's egg-glazed vase of similar form to the present, with a molded tied ribbon, sold at Christie's London, 12th September 2002, lot 372. 

Important Chinese Art

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