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Thirty Days of Chinese Art | Day 13: Chinese Porcelain Famille Rose Pear Form ‘Landscape’ Vase, Republic Period


30 Days of Chinese art is a part of our efforts to celebrate LARK MASON’s upcoming AUCTION OF ASIAN WORKS OF ART. The items highlighted in the posts will be available for viewing during THE AUCTION of Asian Works of Art, April 15-30, 2014.

Chinese Porcelain Famille Rose Pear Form ‘Landscape’ Vase, Republic Period

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iGavel Auction Results – Week of May 14-21

Six Chinese Bronze Censers, 20th Century

Six Chinese Bronze Censers, 20th Century

iGavel showed strong results in our FR3SH and Locati Auctions’ Sales, with the top five lots generating $27,422 including buyer’s premium over 66 bids. Highlights from these lots include: Six Chinese Bronze Censers, 20th Century; Alfred Boucher (1850-1934), Au but, bronze; Chinese Porcelain Faux Bronze Jar, Modern; and a Chinese Deconstructed Robe, 19th Century.

Six Chinese Bronze Censers, 20th Century – This collection of six Chinese bronze censers achieved $ 8,101.20 over ten bids. These censers, most of tripod or bombe form, were extended into overtime bidding by two minutes and 26 seconds
Alfred BOUCHER (1850-1934), Au but, bronze
Alfred Boucher (1850-1934), Au but, bronze –  Named Au But (To the Goal), this bronze sculpture by Alfred Boucher is a fine example of form and motion from late 19th Century France. Hailing from a private German collection, the lot sold for $ 5,400.00

Chinese Porcelain Faux Bronze Jar, Modern
Chinese Porcelain Faux Bronze Jar – This faux bronze jar, composed of porcelain, achieved $ 5,280.00 after buyer’s premium on a total of 16 bids. The lot exhibited a last minute bidding frenzy, extending into overtime by 17 minutes and 24 seconds before closing.

Chinese Deconstructed Robe, 19th Century
Chinese Deconstructed Robe, 19th Century – This 19th Century Chinese robe was deconstructed at the seams and mounted, turning it into a fine decorative piece. After 13 bids and over 15 minutes of extended bidding, this lot closed at $ 3,120.00 with buyer’s premium.

Other highlights of the week include:

Hugh Cairns (1861 – 1942) Bronze Garden Sculpture
$ 2,160.00

Cambodian Redstone Head, Angkor Period
$ 2,013.60

Approximately 50 Glass, Porcelain, Stone, Composition, and Other Snuff Bottles, Modern
$ 1,926.00

Chinese Celadon Jade Carved Dragon Plaque, 16th/17th C., and a Celadon Jade Plaque, 20th C.
$ 1,921.20

Southeast Asian Bronze Seated Figure
$ 1,441.20

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