• Lot 210

    TABATIERE EN LAQUE ROUGE ET VERTE SCULPTEE

    CHINE, XVIIIEME-XIXEME SIECLE

    Price Realised  

    TABATIERE EN LAQUE ROUGE ET VERTE SCULPTEE
    CHINE, XVIIIEME-XIXEME SIECLE
    De forme balustre, à décor en laque rouge sculptée de rinceaux feuillagés et emblèmes bouddhistes de Bon Augure, sur un fond de treillis losangés en laque verte, le pied et le col rehaussés de frises de grecques et pétales, le bouchon en corail cerclé de métal
    Hauteur: 5,9 cm. (2 5/16 in.)


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    This is one of a series of apparently mid-Qing lacquer bottles of a distinctive style, and may be the mid-Qing continuation of a well-known, eighteenth-century Imperial group. See other examples in Chinese Snuff Bottles. A Miniature Art from the Collection of Mary and George Bloch, nos. 262 and 263.

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    Pre-Lot Text

    ANOTHER FRENCH PRIVATE AMATEUR
    (LOT 210 - LOT 214)


    Post Lot Text

    A CARVED RED AND GREEN LACQUER SNUFF BOTTLE
    CHINA, 18TH/19TH CENTURY