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A JIZHOU ‘PAPERCUT’ RESIST-DECORATED TEA BOWL, SOUTHERN SONG DYNASTY

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A JIZHOU ‘PAPERCUT’ RESIST-DECORATED TEA BOWL, SOUTHERN SONG DYNASTY

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Katalognummer: CA0420-273 A JIZHOU ‘PAPERCUT’ RESIST-DECORATED TEA BOWL, SOUTHERN SONG DYNASTY China, 1127-1279. The slightly rounded conical sides rising from a knife-cut foot ring to the finger-grooved band at the rim, the interior resist-decorated with scattered plum blossoms reserved in reddish brown against a finely variegated buff and brown ground. Provenance: Cheung King Antiques, Hong Kong. Dr. Koos de Jong, acquired from the above in 1999 (no invoice available). Dr. de Jong is a Dutch art historian and has been privately collecting Chinese art over decades. He has authored hundreds of articles and several books on Dutch fine and decorative arts spanning from the Middle Ages to the modern era and published an extensive study of saddle rugs in Dragon & Horse. Saddle Rugs and Other Horse Tack from China and Beyond. Between 1976 and 2009 he worked for numerous museums across the Netherlands and was director of the European Ceramic Work Center in Den Bosch. Condition: Excellent condition with minor wear and firing flaws. Glaze abrasions to lip with microscopic losses, invisible to naked eye. No touchups anywhere, a test with a strong solvent came back negative. Weight: 226.5 g Dimensions: Diameter 12 cm The exterior with a thin brown glaze over a paler brown slip-glaze ending on the lower body to expose the buff ware. Among the daring and innovative techniques the Jizhou kilns in Jiangxi province are most famous for is the technique of using paper cut-outs as stencils to create resist designs. A resist, used in many areas of manufacturing and art, is something that is added to parts of an object to create a pattern by protecting these parts from being affected by a subsequent stage in the process. Song dynasty Jizhou ware used paper cutouts and leaves as resists or stencils under glaze to create patterns. Literature comparison: Oriental Ceramics, The World’s Great Collections, Tokyo, 1980, vol. 10, no. 171. M. Tregear, La Céramique Song, Fribourg 1982, p.193, no. 264 and p.198, no. 272. M. Medley, The Chinese Potter, Oxford 1989, p. 159, fig. 119. R. Krahl, Chinese Ceramics from the Meiyintang Collection, Vol. I, Londen 1994, no. 525, p. 283. R. Mowry, Hare’s Fur, Tortoiseshell, and Partridge Feathers. Chinese brown- and black-glaze ceramics, 400-1400, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge (MA) 1996, no. 101, p. 250. Auction result comparison: Compare with a related bowl sold by Christie’s New York in Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art on 13-14 September 2018, lot 1304, for USD $11,250. 州窯剪紙貼花盌,南宋 中國,1127-1279。圓錐形的側面略呈圓形,圈足上升到邊緣處,有一道指狀溝槽,盌內部裝飾有散落的梅花紋,並保留著紅棕色,上面散佈著淺黃色和淺棕色。 來源:香港Cheung King 古玩。Drs. Koos de Jong1999年購於上述古玩店 (無發票)。Drs. Koos de Jong是一位荷蘭藝術史學家,幾十年來他一直私人收藏中國藝術品。他撰寫了數百篇文章和幾本書,內容涉及從中世紀到現代的荷蘭美術和裝飾藝術。2013年,他在《Dragon & Horse:Saddle Rugs and Other Horse Tack from China and Beyond》中發表了有關中國騎馬裝備的詳盡研究。1976年至2009年間,他曾在荷蘭的許多博物館工作,並曾擔任登博世歐洲陶瓷工作中心的主任。 品相:品相極好,輕微磨損與燒製瑕疵。釉面擦傷,唇部有微小缺損,几不可見。沒有黏貼部位,使用強溶劑的測試結果都證實。 重量:226.5 克 尺寸:直徑12 厘米 拍賣結果比較:一件相似的碗于2018年9月13-14日紐約佳士得《中國陶瓷與藝術品》拍號1304,成交價USD $11,250。   Nachverkauf: Sold/Verkauft -

Auktionsarchiv: Los-Nr. 273
Auktion:
Datum:
25.04.2020
Auktionshaus:
Galerie Zacke
Mariahilferstr. 112 /1/10
1070 Wien
Österreich
office@zacke.at
+43 1 5320452
+43 1 532045220
Beschreibung:

Katalognummer: CA0420-273 A JIZHOU ‘PAPERCUT’ RESIST-DECORATED TEA BOWL, SOUTHERN SONG DYNASTY China, 1127-1279. The slightly rounded conical sides rising from a knife-cut foot ring to the finger-grooved band at the rim, the interior resist-decorated with scattered plum blossoms reserved in reddish brown against a finely variegated buff and brown ground. Provenance: Cheung King Antiques, Hong Kong. Dr. Koos de Jong, acquired from the above in 1999 (no invoice available). Dr. de Jong is a Dutch art historian and has been privately collecting Chinese art over decades. He has authored hundreds of articles and several books on Dutch fine and decorative arts spanning from the Middle Ages to the modern era and published an extensive study of saddle rugs in Dragon & Horse. Saddle Rugs and Other Horse Tack from China and Beyond. Between 1976 and 2009 he worked for numerous museums across the Netherlands and was director of the European Ceramic Work Center in Den Bosch. Condition: Excellent condition with minor wear and firing flaws. Glaze abrasions to lip with microscopic losses, invisible to naked eye. No touchups anywhere, a test with a strong solvent came back negative. Weight: 226.5 g Dimensions: Diameter 12 cm The exterior with a thin brown glaze over a paler brown slip-glaze ending on the lower body to expose the buff ware. Among the daring and innovative techniques the Jizhou kilns in Jiangxi province are most famous for is the technique of using paper cut-outs as stencils to create resist designs. A resist, used in many areas of manufacturing and art, is something that is added to parts of an object to create a pattern by protecting these parts from being affected by a subsequent stage in the process. Song dynasty Jizhou ware used paper cutouts and leaves as resists or stencils under glaze to create patterns. Literature comparison: Oriental Ceramics, The World’s Great Collections, Tokyo, 1980, vol. 10, no. 171. M. Tregear, La Céramique Song, Fribourg 1982, p.193, no. 264 and p.198, no. 272. M. Medley, The Chinese Potter, Oxford 1989, p. 159, fig. 119. R. Krahl, Chinese Ceramics from the Meiyintang Collection, Vol. I, Londen 1994, no. 525, p. 283. R. Mowry, Hare’s Fur, Tortoiseshell, and Partridge Feathers. Chinese brown- and black-glaze ceramics, 400-1400, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge (MA) 1996, no. 101, p. 250. Auction result comparison: Compare with a related bowl sold by Christie’s New York in Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art on 13-14 September 2018, lot 1304, for USD $11,250. 州窯剪紙貼花盌,南宋 中國,1127-1279。圓錐形的側面略呈圓形,圈足上升到邊緣處,有一道指狀溝槽,盌內部裝飾有散落的梅花紋,並保留著紅棕色,上面散佈著淺黃色和淺棕色。 來源:香港Cheung King 古玩。Drs. Koos de Jong1999年購於上述古玩店 (無發票)。Drs. Koos de Jong是一位荷蘭藝術史學家,幾十年來他一直私人收藏中國藝術品。他撰寫了數百篇文章和幾本書,內容涉及從中世紀到現代的荷蘭美術和裝飾藝術。2013年,他在《Dragon & Horse:Saddle Rugs and Other Horse Tack from China and Beyond》中發表了有關中國騎馬裝備的詳盡研究。1976年至2009年間,他曾在荷蘭的許多博物館工作,並曾擔任登博世歐洲陶瓷工作中心的主任。 品相:品相極好,輕微磨損與燒製瑕疵。釉面擦傷,唇部有微小缺損,几不可見。沒有黏貼部位,使用強溶劑的測試結果都證實。 重量:226.5 克 尺寸:直徑12 厘米 拍賣結果比較:一件相似的碗于2018年9月13-14日紐約佳士得《中國陶瓷與藝術品》拍號1304,成交價USD $11,250。   Nachverkauf: Sold/Verkauft -

Auktionsarchiv: Los-Nr. 273
Auktion:
Datum:
25.04.2020
Auktionshaus:
Galerie Zacke
Mariahilferstr. 112 /1/10
1070 Wien
Österreich
office@zacke.at
+43 1 5320452
+43 1 532045220
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