October 14, 2021 10:00 EST

Asian Arts

 
Lot 29
 

29

A Chinese enameled porcelain faux cloisonné seal paste box and cover 珐琅彩带盖印泥盒
Six-character Jiaqing seal mark 嘉庆六字款

Of compressed globular form, decorated with auspicious symbols comprising bats, lotus, flowers, and foliage, all against a turquoise ground, six-character seal mark in gilt to the underside.

(Qty: 1)

Dia: 3 in.

Sold for $3,528
Estimated at $1,000 - $1,500


 

Of compressed globular form, decorated with auspicious symbols comprising bats, lotus, flowers, and foliage, all against a turquoise ground, six-character seal mark in gilt to the underside.

(Qty: 1)

Dia: 3 in.

NOTE: The enameling of porcelain to imitate cloisonne became particularly popular during the Qianlong period and into the Jiaqing and Daoguang periods. For a pair of Jiaqing seal mark and period faux cloisonne double gourd vases formerly in the collections of Edward T. Chow and Robert Chang collections, see Christie's, Hong Kong, November 28, 2006, lot 1311; see also a Jiaqing seal mark and period faux cloisonne moon-flask vase from the Qing Court collection, preserved in the Palace Museum, Beijing, illustrated in "The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum, vol. 39 Porcelains with Cloisonne Enamel Decoration and Famille Rose Decoration", Hong Kong, 2008, p 197, no. 174.

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