Mon, 16th May 2022 9:00

The Chinese Art of Monochrome II

 
  Lot 37
 

A CHINESE BRONZE VASE.

A CHINESE BRONZE VASE.

Yuan / early Ming Dynasty.

The tall flared foot decorated with a band of scrolling waves rising to a pear-shaped body and a neck cast with kui dragons on a leiwen-ground band, framed by a pair of handles issuing from mouth of mythical creatures, the galleried rim with a raised band around its opening, patinated overall to a coppery-brown shade, 33cm H, 2.4kg.

元 / 明早期 銅海水錦紋雙耳尊

For a similar example see: Sotheby's Hong Kong, 7th of October 2014, Later Chinese Bronzes From The Collection Of Ulrich Hausmann, lot 3302.

Estimated at £600 - £800


 

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