19th May, 2023 13:00

Asian Art I

 
  Lot 21
 

A SMALL CHINESE QINGBAI TWELVE-LOBED 'MALLOW' DISH
宋 青白葵瓣式盤

A SMALL CHINESE QINGBAI TWELVE-LOBED 'MALLOW' DISH

Song Dynasty

宋 青白葵瓣式盤

The shallow dish with rounded sides rising from a flat base to a gently flared twelve-lobed rim, divided with ridges evenly radiating around the cavetto separating the petals,

10.5cm diameter

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PROVENANCE:

Reginald Howard Reed Palmer, MC DL (1898-1970), R.H.R.P. collection label no.457;

English Private Collection;

來源:

雷金納德·霍華德·瑞德·帕默(Reginald Howard Reed Palmer,1898-1970)舊藏,標籤號碼457;

私人英國收藏

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Reginald Howard Reed Palmer MC DL, Deputy Lieutenant of Berkshire 1953, and former chairman of Huntley and Palmers, which started life in 1822 as a small bakery in London Street, Reading. In 1846 they opened a large factory and by 1900 were the largest biscuit manufacturers in the world with over 400 varieties.

Together with his wife he started collecting Chinese works of art when they married in 1924, and went on to build a collection consisting of porcelain, jade, ivory and lacquer. He was also an active member of the Oriental Ceramic Society and regularly lent his pieces for exhibition.

c.f. A qingbai dish, dated to the Song Dynasty and of a similar size, but with differently-shaped petals, is housed in the collection of the British Museum, acc. no.1947,0712.75.a-b.

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Sold for £2,375

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