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Two Chinese panels, by unknown artist, ink and colour on paper laid on board, Qing dynasty, 18th Century.

Two chinese panels, by unknown artist, ink and colour on paper laid on board, qing dynasty, 18th century.
Two chinese panels, by unknown artist, ink and colour on paper laid on board, qing dynasty, 18th century.
Two chinese panels, by unknown artist, ink and colour on paper laid on board, qing dynasty, 18th century.
Two chinese panels, by unknown artist, ink and colour on paper laid on board, qing dynasty, 18th century.
Two chinese panels, by unknown artist, ink and colour on paper laid on board, qing dynasty, 18th century.
Two chinese panels, by unknown artist, ink and colour on paper laid on board, qing dynasty, 18th century.
Two chinese panels, by unknown artist, ink and colour on paper laid on board, qing dynasty, 18th century.
Two chinese panels, by unknown artist, ink and colour on paper laid on board, qing dynasty, 18th century.
Two chinese panels, by unknown artist, ink and colour on paper laid on board, qing dynasty, 18th century.
Two chinese panels, by unknown artist, ink and colour on paper laid on board, qing dynasty, 18th century.

Decorated with shelves with antiques, precious objects, fruits and flowers. Measurment with frame 67,5x109 cm.

Damages, later frames.

Droit de suite: No
Estimate: 

12 000 - 15 000 SEK

1 175 - 1 469 EUR

Hammer price: 
65 000 SEK
Provenance

See panels from this series sold at Bukowskis sale 593, lot no 129-131, with the provenance one of the wings of Skenäs Säteri, Vingåker, Sweden. The Swedish Manor House Skenäs säteri was owned by the Gyllenborg family during the 18th Century, a family who invested in the Swedish East India Company and is known for comissioning armorial porcelain.

Purchasing info
For condition report contact specialist
Cecilia Nordström
Stockholm
Cecilia Nordström
Specialist Asian Ceramics & Works of Art, European Ceramics and Glass
+46 (0)739 40 08 02