7 December 2007,
Price realised EUR 6,850
Estimate EUR 3,000 - EUR 4,000
COUPE EN BAMBOU SCULPTE
CHINE, XVIIEME SIECLE
En forme de racine, l'extérieur sculpté d'un grand pin aux branches tortueuses terminées par des épines ; usures et petits trous
Hauteur: 10,3 cm. (4 1/8 in.)
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Compare with a very similar bamboo brushpot carved with pine tree branches, illustrated in L. C. S. Tam, Chinese Bamboo Carving, Part II, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 1982, pp.256-257, pl.71.
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Post Lot Text
A CARVED BAMBOO CUP
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