Lot 2542
Arts of the East: Asian Ceramics & Works of Art | 16 December 2021
A blue and white covered jar

Kangxi period, ca. 1700, China

A superb lidded vase, with a wide fluted band containing four roundels each decorated with a scene of a standing lady admiring a vase with flowers. Along the top and base as well as the lid are decorated with florals. Marked with a four character apocryphal Chenghua mark but made during the Kangxi period.

H 22.5 cm

For a similar jar see; 'Chinese ceramics in the collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (the Ming and Qing dynasties)' by Christiaan J.A. Jörg in collaboration with Jan van Campen, 1997, page 110.

The lid possibly a replacement. Two small lines visible on the inside near to the top but do not go through to the outside. A few tiny fleabites to the sharp top edge. No other damage and no restoration.

€ 4.000,00
€ 6.000,00
€ 4.600,00

Hamerprijs: € 4.600