CHINE - Début XVe siècle

Lot 57
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Estimation :
150000 - 200000 EUR
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Result : 2 060 800EUR
CHINE - Début XVe siècle
Round box in red lacquer carved on the lid of five camellia flowers and buds in their foliage on a yellow background, the side decorated with four flowers: tiare, chrysanthemums, peonies and camellias in their foliage. On the reverse, the six-character Yongle needle mark in kaishu. The inside of the lid decorated with the Qianlong poem reported later: "the flowers receive dewdrops; the branches dance in the wind; the camellias are beautiful like a natural painting; the red colour of the petals is reflected in my palace, like candle flames". (Cracks and small lack). Height 7.5 cm. Diam. 23.2 cm. Provenance: - Collection P-L collected around 1861. - Private collection. Reference: Box with the same decoration with a slightly larger size and Xuande mark reproduced in Carving the subtle radiance of Colors. Treasured Lacquerware in the National Palace Museum, Taiwan, No. 13, p. 32. ? ? ? ???????????? To participate in the auction on lot 57, a prior registration is required. No bids will be accepted on Drouot Live. ? ???????????????????????????????????????????? Drouot Live??????
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