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LOT 82

Lot 82

A Set of Six 'Leaping Boy' Pattern Saucer Dishes from the Nanking Cargo, Qianlong Period, Circa 1750

A Set of Six 'Leaping Boy' Pattern Saucer Dishes from the Nanking Cargo, Qianlong Period, Circa 1750
Lot 82 Details
A Set of Six 'Leaping Boy' Pattern Saucer Dishes from the Nanking Cargo, Qianlong Period, Circa 1750

清 乾隆 约1750年 '南京号' 海捞青花庭院童子纹盘一组六件

diameter 11.2 in — 28.5 cm

Estimate $200-$400

Realised: $780
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A Set of Six 'Leaping Boy' Pattern Saucer Dishes from the Nanking Cargo, Qianlong Period, Circa 1750
  • A Set of Six 'Leaping Boy' Pattern Saucer Dishes from the Nanking Cargo, Qianlong Period, Circa 1750
Provenance:

Christie's Amsterdam, April 28-May 2, 1986, lot 4616A
Estate of Johannes Van Wees, Victoria, BC

来源: 出自佳士得阿姆斯特丹, 1986年4月28日-5月2日,拍品4616A号。
约翰内斯・范・维斯遗产珍藏,不列颠哥伦比亚省,维多利亚市

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CONDITION DETAILS

two with minor restored chips; five with minor rim frits

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  • 2 Stars: Fair - Exhibits flaws or damage that may draw the eye under standard lighting
  • 1 Star: Poor - Flaws or damage immediately apparent under standard lighting (examples: missing components, rips, broken glass, damaged surfaces, etc.)

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