Tue, 1st Jun 2021 12:00

Asian Art I

 
  Lot 152
 

A RARE CHINESE IMPERIAL BLUE AND WHITE 'DRAGON' DISH.

A RARE CHINESE IMPERIAL BLUE AND WHITE 'DRAGON' DISH.

Qing Dynasty, 18th Century.

With rounded sides rising from a slightly tapered foot, the interior roundel painted in underglaze blue with a five-clawed dragon coiled around a flaming pearl among further flames and clouds, two horns to the front-facing head, the mouth open to reveal a fearsome set of teeth, within a double circle, a further double circle banding the rim, the exterior similarly decorated with two further five clawed dragons each chasing the other's tail and separated by a flaming pearl, bordered to the top and bottom by narrow bands, the base unglazed, 34.5cm diameter.

Provenance: a European private collection since circa 1960s, by repute.

清十八世紀 青花繪雲龍紋盤

來源:約1960年代歐洲私人收藏(口傳)。

Sold for £27,500

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