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C310

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Importante oggettistica
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Importante Vaso Cachepot in porcellana Imari, corpo di forma ovoidale centrato da riserve a doppia valva con decori in policromia nei colori blu, rosso e oro, raffiguranti motivi floreali, rami, peonie, draghi e naturalisti di ispirazione orientale. Ricca montatura che sormonta il vaso in bronzo finemente cesellata e dorata a motivi di volute e Rocailles.

 

Il vaso, Manifattura di Imari,

Giappone, periodo Kangxi,

fine secolo XVIII°,

il bronzo dorato, Francia, secolo XIX°

dim.: h. cm. 73

 

Bibliografia:

– K. Smenteek, cat. expo. Rococo Exotic: French mounted porcelains and allure of the East, The Frick Collection, New York 2007

– L. Scheurleer, Chinesishes and Japonishes Porzellan in Europaischen Fassungern, Wurtzburg, 1980

– G. Wilson, Mounted Oriental Porcelain in the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, 1999

– F.J.B. Watson, The Wrightsman Collection II: Furniture, Gilt-bronze and Mounted Porcelain, Carpets, New York 1966

 

An important gilt-bronze mounted Japanese Imari porcelain vase, he oviform body centered with reserve and decorated overall with foliage, flowers, dragons and naturalistic motif of oriental taste in blue, red and gold colours, the rich gilt-bronze mounts finelly chiselled with rocailles.

 

The porcelain, Japan, Kangxi period, XVIII° century,

the mounts, France, XIX° century.

size: height 73 cms.

 

Literature:

– K. Smenteek, cat. expo. Rococo Exotic: French mounted porcelains

and allure of the East, The Frick Collection, New York 2007

– L. Scheurleer, Chinesishes and Japonishes Porzellan in Europaischen

Fassungern, Wurtzburg, 1980

– G. Wilson, Mounted Oriental Porcelain in the J. Paul Getty Museum,

Los Angeles, 1999

– F.J.B. Watson, The Wrightsman Collection II: Furniture, Gilt-bronze

and Mounted Porcelain, Carpets, New York 1966