19 - 20 September 2013,
Price realised USD 17,500
USD 15,000 - USD 18,000
A RARE OPAQUE TURQUOISE GLASS VASE
JIAQING FOUR-CHARACTER WHEEL-CUT MARK WITHIN A SQUARE AND OF THE PERIOD (1796-1820)
The thick-walled vase has a globular body that rises to a tall, cylindrical neck.
8 1/8 in. (25 cm.) high
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Christie's London, 13 June 1990, lot 50.
Find out more about Chinese decorative techniques, and how and why glazes evolved via crackles, ’tear marks’ and blushes
Robert M. Mowry, Senior Consultant at Christie’s in New York, discusses four Song dynasty vessels that represent ‘the ultimate achievement in their techniques’
How to get clued up on everything from reign marks to firing flaws, palettes, glazes and the different kilns
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Dina Zhang, Head of Sale for Asian Contemporary Art, explains how Hong Kong’s meeting of East and West has shaped her view of art
François de Ricqlès, President of Christie's France, explains how this exceptional work speaks to the Rockefellers’ mutually admiring relationship with France