Fri, 19th Nov 2021 9:00

Asian Art II

 
  Lot 467
 

A COLLECTION OF JAPANESE CERAMICS AND TWO CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES.

A COLLECTION OF JAPANESE CERAMICS AND TWO CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES.

Edo/Meiji Period.

Including: an Imari beaker vase, a blue and white Arita vase, a Kutani wine cup, an earthenware tea-bowl, and a pair of cloisonné enamel vases decorated with flowering chrysanthemums, various sizes. (10)

伊万里焼壺、皿、七宝壺他

(10)

Provenance: from the collection of David Scrase (1949 – 2020).

Renowned scholar and curator, David Scrase was Honorary Keeper of Italian Drawings, Honorary Marlay Group member, former Assistant Keeper, then Keeper, of Paintings, Drawings and Prints and Assistant Director (Collections) of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. An internationally acclaimed authority on Italian art, particularly drawings, Scrase published extensively and on a variety of subjects. His generosity was well known through the numerous thoughtful donations to the Fitzwilliam and other museums he made throughout his lifetime.

(Qty: 10)

Sold for £300

Includes Buyer's Premium


 

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