April 8, 2021 10:00 EDT

Asian Arts

 
  Lot 22
 

22

A Chinese Yue ware chimera-form celadon vessel, Huzi
Jin Dynasty (265-420)

Depicted seated foursquare with incised wing details to the side of its body, its wide circular mouth agape, with a molded handle with incised braids and modeled tail affixed to its back.

L: 9 1/2, H: 7 1/2 in.

Provenance: Alvin Lo & Co., Hong Kong
Acquired from the above by the present owner

For other examples of this form, see Willow Weilan Hai et al, "Art in a Time of Chaos, Masterworks from Six-Dynasties China", Hong Kong, 2016, p. 86, fig. 1 and p. 254, no. 28. for a less refined example. See also Yutaka Mino and Katherine R. Tsiang, "Ice and Green Clouds, Traditions of Chinese Celadon, Indianapolis 1986, pp. 84-87, no. 28. See also "Chinese Celadons and Other Felated Wares in Southeast Asia", Singapore, 1979, p. 22, fig. 7.

Sold for $5,670
Estimated at $6,000 - $8,000


 

Depicted seated foursquare with incised wing details to the side of its body, its wide circular mouth agape, with a molded handle with incised braids and modeled tail affixed to its back.

L: 9 1/2, H: 7 1/2 in.

Provenance: Alvin Lo & Co., Hong Kong
Acquired from the above by the present owner

For other examples of this form, see Willow Weilan Hai et al, "Art in a Time of Chaos, Masterworks from Six-Dynasties China", Hong Kong, 2016, p. 86, fig. 1 and p. 254, no. 28. for a less refined example. See also Yutaka Mino and Katherine R. Tsiang, "Ice and Green Clouds, Traditions of Chinese Celadon, Indianapolis 1986, pp. 84-87, no. 28. See also "Chinese Celadons and Other Felated Wares in Southeast Asia", Singapore, 1979, p. 22, fig. 7.

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