A Pair Of Turquoise Monochrome Shells. China 18th / 19th flag


652259-main-5fc53283b657a.jpg652259-5fc532b0df147.jpg652259-5fc532bd487a4.jpg

Object description :

"A Pair Of Turquoise Monochrome Shells. China 18th / 19th"
A pair of turquoise monochrome shells

China, 18th / 19th

Dimensions: 15 cm / 6.5 cm

Turquoise glazed vessels first appeared from the Yuan dynasty (1279-1368) and continued to be popular in the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), especially on ‘fahua’ vessels. Turquoise monochromes produced in the Ming dynasty however, are few and far between, and only started being mass produced in the Kangxi period.

The turquoise glazes were more commonly found on non-imperial pieces more suited for the European markets, particularly France and England in the 18th-19th centuries, where they were often mounted on elaborate ormolu’s.
Price : 1500 €
Period:18th century
Style:Asian art
Condition : Bon état (un fel sur le coté de l'un)

Material : Porcelaine
Length: 15 cm
Height : 6.5 cm

Reference : 652259
Contact Dealer
line

"Galerie Nicolas Fournery" see more objects from this dealer

line

"Other Ceramics, Asian art"

more objects on Proantic.com
Subscribe to newsletter
line
facebook
pinterest
instagram
Galerie Nicolas Fournery
Chinese Export Porcelain
A Pair Of Turquoise Monochrome Shells. China 18th / 19th
652259-main-5fc53283b657a.jpg
06 26 57 59 87


*We will send you a confirmation email from info@proantic.com Please check your messages, including the spam folder.

Thank you! Your submission has been received!

Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form