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A peking glass jar with cover, Qing dynasty, with Qianlongs four character mark.

Estimate
15 000 - 20 000 SEK
1 380 - 1 830 EUR
1 460 - 1 940 USD
Hammer price
34 000 SEK
Purchasing info
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Cecilia Nordström
Stockholm
Cecilia Nordström
Head Specialist Asian Ceramics and Works of Art, European Ceramics and Glass
+46 (0)739 40 08 02
A peking glass jar with cover, Qing dynasty, with Qianlongs four character mark.

Of slightly ovoid shape, the deep green overlay skilfully carved in relief and undercut through slightly translucent ground with lotus in swirling water. Slightly domed cover with further decoration in green. The recessed base carved in relief with Qianlong four-character seal mark within a double border. Height 11 cm. Wooden stand accompanies the piece.

Provenance

From the Collection of Jägmästare Nils and Inga-Lill Hultmark, Torps Egendom, Västergötland. Nils Hultmark was the son of Jägmästare David Hultmark, brother of Emil and Richard Hultmark, who also collected Asian Ceramics and Works of Art, all members of ‘Kinaklubben’ the China Club in Stockholm in the 1920’s together with Carl Kempe (1884-1967), Ivan Traugott (1871-1952), and the Crown Prince Gustav Adolf. The brothers are well known art collectors in Sweden and built their collections in the golden age of European collection. Nils and Inga-Lill also had a great interest in collecting art and were frequent visitors at the auction and gallery viewings in Stockholm adding well-chosen items to the inherited collection.