Lot 59. RARE AND SPECIAL FAMILLE ROSE PLATE WITH CHRYSANTHEMUM DECOR

Sold:€ 6 500
Auction date:31.10.2020   14:00 UTC +01:00
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ID 415531
Lot 59 | RARE AND SPECIAL FAMILLE ROSE PLATE WITH CHRYSANTHEMUM DECOR
SELTENER UND BESONDERER FAMILLE ROSE TELLER MIT CHRYSANTHEMEN DEKOR
China, Porzellan, Yongzheng Marke, wohl 1723-1735
Durchmesser: 16,5 cm, Höhe: 3 cm, Gewicht: 202 g

Verso ein Aufkleber "Tessier Serrou... 17 juiN 1923". Zum Vergleich siehe einen Teller, lot 3219, welcher bei Christie's Hongkong am 30. November 2016 versteigert wurde. Alain.R.Truong bemerkt zu dem bei Christie's versteigerten Teller: "The current dish belongs to a very small group of finely enamelled dishes from the Yongzheng period, which are of chrysanthemum form and are painted with variously arranged flowers within a roundel to the centre. Two types of dishes from this group exist, one is moulded with twenty-four lobes, which are found in two size groups, with the present dish belonging to the larger group measuring 23 cm. in diameter, and a smaller group ranging between 15.5-16.5 cm. in diameter. Only one other example in this size is known, which was sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 26 April 1998, lot 510, and may have formed a pair with the current dish. Dishes of the smaller size include a pair with almost identical composition sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 27 May 2008, lot 1546; two single dishes in the Palace Museum, Beijing, illustrated in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum: Porcelains with Cloisonne Enamel Decoration and Famille Rose Decoration, Hong Kong, 1999, nos. 58 and 59 (figs. 1 and 2), which have a simpler composition with only one, but larger peony in full bloom in adjacent to a half-open bud; and another in The Tianminlou Collection, illustrated in Chinese Porcelain: The S. C. Ko Tianminlou Collection, Hong Kong, 1987, no. 96, which has a similar composition to the Palace Museum examples." Siehe http://www.alaintruong.com/archives/2016/11/29/34626746.html . Provenienz: Mitteldeutsche Privatsammlung.

A RARE AND IMPORTANT CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE CHRYSANTHEMUM DISH, Yongzheng mark, probably 1723-1735, diameter: 16,5 cm, height: 3 cm, weight: 202 g. Verso a label: Tessier Serrou... 17 juiN 1923. For comparison see a dish, lot 3129, which was sold at Christie's Hongkong on November 30th, 2016. Alain.R.Truong noted on the dish auctioned at Christie's: "The current dish belongs to a very small group of finely enamelled dishes from the Yongzheng period, which are of chrysanthemum form and are painted with variously arranged flowers within a roundel to the centre. Two types of dishes from this group exist, one is moulded with twenty-four lobes, which are found in two size groups, with the present dish belonging to the larger group measuring 23 cm. in diameter, and a smaller group ranging between 15.5-16.5 cm. in diameter. Only one other example in this size is known, which was sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 26 April 1998, lot 510, and may have formed a pair with the current dish. Dishes of the smaller size include a pair with almost identical composition sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 27 May 2008, lot 1546; two single dishes in the Palace Museum, Beijing, illustrated in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum: Porcelains with Cloisonne Enamel Decoration and Famille Rose Decoration, Hong Kong, 1999, nos. 58 and 59 (figs. 1 and 2), which have a simpler composition with only one, but larger peony in full bloom in adjacent to a half-open bud; and another in The Tianminlou Collection, illustrated in Chinese Porcelain: The S. C. Ko Tianminlou Collection, Hong Kong, 1987, no. 96, which has a similar composition to the Palace Museum examples." see http://www.alaintruong.com/archives/2016/11/29/34626746.html . Provenance: Central German private collection.

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