17 September 2009,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 10,625
Estimate USD 1,500 - USD 2,000
A Large Red Lacquer Table
Joseon dynasty (early 20th century)
With circular top raised on high cabriole legs connected by two slats and an apron of reticulated knots and applied with red lacquer, details incised; inscribed on underside in hangul with date 4th year of the reign of Chinese emperor Tongzhi (1868) and with the name of the maker, a Juji Junjo of Hakpong-ri (?)
35 3/8in. (90cm) diameter; 18½in. (47cm) high
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Property from the Arthur M. Sackler Collections
Lee Yu-kuan, Oriental Lacquer Art (New York and Tokyo: Weatherhill, 1972), title page illustration and no. 262.
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