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A large blue and white '100 antiques' incense burner, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722).

Estimate
40 000 - 60 000 SEK
3 580 - 5 360 EUR
3 790 - 5 690 USD
Hammer price
38 000 SEK
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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 large blue and white '100 antiques' incense burner, Qing dynasty, Kangxi (1662-1722).

Sturdily potted with bulbous sides rising from a heavily potted foot to a waisted neck and flaring rim, the exterior painted with a continuous scene symbolizing a hundred antiques and precious objects, among them a scroll painting that folds out to reveal a landscape, all this below a band with panels depicting books, scrolls, a qin instrument and a board game. Height 17.5 cm. Diameter 24.8 cm.

Restored.

Provenance

Property of a private Finnish Collection.

The collection was formed between 1980-2020, the collector has had an interest in China and Chinese Works of Art since childhood, growing up in Beijing. He returned to China in grownup years for work, he came to live in China altogether more than 40 years. His love of China, and Chinese works of art is mirrored in the collection and being an academic collector, he never got tired of learning more about the subject by studying literature, attending lectures, visiting museums, auction houses and befriending curators from Peking, Hong Kong, London, Paris, and Stockholm. The collection consists of both Chinese ceramics and textiles, This being part 1.

Purchased at Christies, Paris, Auction 5413, lot no 341.

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