A CHINESE CARVED LONGQUAN CELADON JARDINIÈRE
A CHINESE CARVED LONGQUAN CELADON JARDINIÈRE
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A CHINESE CARVED LONGQUAN CELADON JARDINIÈRE

EARLY MING DYNASTY, 14TH-15TH CENTURY

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A CHINESE CARVED LONGQUAN CELADON JARDINIÈRE
EARLY MING DYNASTY, 14TH-15TH CENTURY
Carved on the exterior with lotus flowers and leafy stems above a ruyi-bracket border, pierced in the center of the base for drainage, covered on the exterior and interior with an olive-green-tone glaze
21 in. (53.3 cm.) diameter, hongmu stand
Provenance
Anonymous sale; Sotheby’s, New York, 2 October 1985, lot 256.
Literature
E. Eerdmans, Henri Samuel: Master of the French Interior, New York, 2018, p. 208-9.
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