11 - 12 July 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF THIRTEEN CHINESE EARLY GLAZED POTTERY VESSELS,
comprising a group of Longquan celadons: two dishes molded with twin fish, a pair of small dishes, two jarlets, a tripod censer, a ribbed celadon jar and cover; and three iron-spotted Qingbai miniature vessels; a yellowish-green crackle-glazed pottery scoop, Tang Dynasty, and a small brown-glazed double-gourd vase
The smallest: 1¾in. (4.5cm.) high; The largest: 9in. (22.9cm.) diameter (13)
with Chait Galleries, New York (two twin fish dishes and pottery scoop); with Bluett, London (ribbed jar and cover); with Sydney L. Moss Ltd. (first twin fish dish)
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