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Lotto: 174
Descrizione: SITTING BUDDAH MARAVIJANA. Man-paya technique. Burma/Myanmar, 19th to first half of the 20th. HEIGHT 82, 7 CM. An expressive Buddha sculpture, probably originating from a rural region, crafted in an old style (Ava to Amarapura), this intense depiction shows bhumisparsa mudra, (shakamuni is fully concentrated on touching the earth as he is about to call the earth goddess Bhumi to prove witness of his victory over mara (maravijana), juvenile features and corpus of this Buddha, waved samghati, sensitive lowered eyes with high eyebrows, remarkable head with curls and enhanced ushnisha and a lotus bud, jagged curls (a symbol for spiritual emmanence), lacquer red on black ground, small traces of gilding, slight crack on the rear base. Ein ungewöhnlich ausdrucksstarker Buddha, wahrscheinlich aus ruraler Gegend, da er einen älteren Stil bietet, nämlich Ava bis Amarapura. In diesem Bildnis kommt sehr intensiv zu Ausdruck der konzentrierte Moment der Erdberührung - Shakyamuni ist ganz auf dieses Berühren der Erde" verinnerlicht, da er die Erdgöttin Bhumi zur Zeugenschaft seines Sieg über Mara anruft (Maravijaya). Gesichtszüge und Körper dieses Buddha sind sehr jugendlich, grafisch sehr wirkungsvoll (und ungewöhnlich) die Samghati mit Wellenlinien. Erstaunlich sensibel gelungen die gesenkten Augen und die schon extrem hoch angesetzten Brauenbögen darüber. Markant ist der mit dem Ushnisha stark überhöhte "Lockenkopf" mit abschließender (eingesteckter) Lotusknospe. Die "Locken" sind "stachelig" ausgeführt, symbolisch für das spirituelle "Strahlen". Die Lackfassung ist Rot auf Schwarz, geringe Reste ehemaliger Vergoldung sind vorhanden. Diese Skulptur ist in der Man-paya-Technik gefertigt (Trockenlack). Am hinteren Sockelrand eine Ausbruchstelle, die aber von vorne nicht zu sehen ist. Insgesamt ein merkwürdig schweigsames, erfassend introvertiertes Bildnis! "
Prezzo di partenza: 850 €
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Lotto: 175
Descrizione: ARCHAISTIC DISC WITH DECORATION IN LOW RELIEF Jade. China. Possibly Ming or earlier, 15th - 16th century DM. 14,8 CM, INNER DM. 4,2 CM, THICKNESS UP TO 5,8 MM This beautiful disc in translucent white jade represents a good example of how the motifs forming the artistic vocabulary of the art of the early dynasties were revived and reinterpreted in later imperial China. The disc is in fact decorated with four stylized animal masks recalling the taotie motif, which was the most ubiquitous design on ancient Shang bronzes. Though reinterpreted and quite different from its earlier prototypes, the motif is still discernible and has been ingeniously treated so as to offer two different possible readings of it. When observing the disc from above one can discern the basic decorative pattern of a mask seen frontally and split in two symme trical halves. The motif, carved in low relief and repeated twice on the surface of the jade, can be detected by virtue of its oval eyes which help identify the animal mask, though its constituent elements are treated separately as if they were stylized, scroll-like patterns. Two of these scroll patterns which frame each eye of the animal mask stand for the horns of the animal - those carved above the eyes - and for the nose and mouth of the animal, the latter provided with short fangs. As on Shang bronzes, additional scroll-like patterns located on both sides of the mask represent the stylized body of the animal. The interesting thing is that the motif also seems to make sense when it is looked at upturned. The stylized taotie pattern which fills half of the disc is in fact repeated and mirrored on the other half of the object. When looking at this second, reversed pattern upturned, it is possible to notice that it changes into two dragons represented in profile. The scroll-like patterns which, in the previous case, conjured up the horns, nose and mouth of the taotie now stand for the snout, horns and open mouth of the pair of dragons in profile. Actually, the outline of the dragons’ heads recalls the treatment of the same motif on late Eastern Zhou jades, such as no. 18. This is probably not by chance but rather a deliberate re-creation and re-adaptation of the ancient motifs made by the craftsman who carved this beautiful disc, probably as homage to the ancient artistic tradition. There are apparently no comparative examples for this disc: the execution of the work and the treatment of the motif are taken as indicators of a possible Ming date for the object. From an old private Austrian-Chinese collection, acquired before 1980. Klassische Bi-Form mit leicht größerer Innenöffnung. Der Korpus ist etwas stärker, als vergleichsweise an archaischen Scheiben dieser Größe vielfach üblich. Das erhabene Relief ist beidseitig gleich und bietet die unverkennbar aus dem archaischen Motivschatz bezogenen Muster, hier jedoch zu einem recht komplex gestalteten und mehr dekorativen Ensemble ausgeweitet. Man findet hier das ganze Repertoir - C, S, die mehr dreieckigen C, die an Fledermäuse gemahnen, Hörner und Klauen (als Teile von mythischen Bestien) und schließlich Augen. Genaugenommen sind es eigentlich 2 Taotie per Seite, die uns entgegenblicken, nur sind sie ganz beträchtlich ins Dekorative gehend aufgelöst. Taotie sind (siehe auch im Glossar) apotropäische Dämonenköpfe mit wilden Hörnern und grimmigem Aussehen. Der Blick auf diese Bi ist aber eher wie in einen Irr-Lustgarten, man kann amüsiert (durch die vielen Heckengassen) umherspazieren und die Dämonenaugen sind wie geruhsame ovale Felder zwischendrin. Keine Verwitterung, sehr gute Transluzenz, die ein milchiges Weiß darbietet.
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Lotto: 176
Descrizione: ARCHAISTIC DISC WITH DECORATION IN LOW RELIEF Jade. China. Possibly early Ming, c. 14th century DM. 8 CM, INNER DM. 2,7 CM, THICKNESS 4,5 MM This small ornament shaped in the form of a disc is carved out of a white, translucent stone with no impurities. It may be considered another case of reinterpreting the motifs carved on archaic jades, though here the decoration sensibly departs from the earlier prototypes. It is evident, in fact, that the source of inspiration for the dense, regular and geometric pattern which is carved all over the surface and on both sides of the discs was probably inspired by the small spirals or scrolls carved on Eastern Zhou and Han discs, of the type illustrated in nos. 28 and 29. Here, however, the motif is rather different, the design being formed by an interlocking pattern of elements recalling the Chinese character for mountain,shan. Each motif is further stressed through incised lines, which creates an interesting effect on the whole pattern when the light hits the surface of the disc from an acute angle. This pattern, derived from a type of armour known as shanwen jia or “Mountain pattern armour”, which was developed in China from the Tang dynasty onwards, is not usually seen as a decoration on jades. The armour was made from a multitude of small pieces of steel which were then interlocked and riveted to a cloth or leather backing. The armour covered the torso, shoulders and thighs of the soldier who was, given the flexibility of the armour, guaranteed a certain freedom of movement. This type of armour was not common during the Ming period and it was apparently reserved for military officials of the highest rank: a famous example of this armour is provided by the stone sculptures portraying military officials that flank the shendao or ‘spirit road’ through which one accesses the Ming tombs located near Beijing. The disc, for which there are no apparent similar examples, is thus dated to the early Ming dynasty in virtue of this particular ornamentation. From an old private Austrian-Chinese collection, acquired before 1980. Univ. Prof. Dr. Filippo Salviati Das ist eine Bi im archaischen Stil, aber mit einem sehr ungewöhnlichen Muster, das auf beiden Seiten flächendeckend ausgeführt ist. Es ist in vertieftem Relief geschliffen und - ähnlich einem Propeller - dreiflügelig, die Enden sind jedoch jeweils wie bei einem Beil kantig gestaltet. Im Prinzip gemahnt es an den Vajra im Buddhismus, der bekanntlich auch dreispangig sein kann, möglicherweise ist von dieser Seite her eine Inspiration aufgenommen. Rein symbolisch paßt es sehr gut, denn der Vajra ist das Sinnbild des „Unzerstörbaren“ par excellence, aber auch eine Jade bietet in dieser Hinsicht sehr Kongruentes und als „kosmische Bi“ ist ohnehin symbolische Übereinstimmung gegeben. In einer chinesischen Publikation (siehe unten) wird dieses Muster allerdings als „Suowen“bezeichnet, zu deutsch „Kettengliedermuster”, insbesondere soll es sich auf Rüstungen (Panzer) befunden haben. Diese Bi ist nicht wirklich kreisrund, wie das regelhaft der Fall ist. Da aber sonst sehr präzise vorgegangen wurde, darf darum angenommen sein, daß hier eine ältere (vielleicht archaische) glatte Bi neu bearbeitet wurde. Das kleinteilige Muster ist mit großer Genauigkeit eingeschliffen. In der Durchsicht verschwindet es, die Transluzenz ist milchig-weiß, feine ockergelbe Adern ziehen wie von der Abendsonne gefärbte Wolken durch die jadene Sphäre.
Prezzo di partenza: 2000 €
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Lotto: 177
Descrizione: ARCHAISTIC HUANG PENDANT WITH DECORATIONIN LOW RELIEF. Jade. China, Qing Dynasty, early 19th century. WIDTH 10,9 CM, THICKNESS UP TO 6 MM. The width of this huang pendant corresponds to roughly one-third the size of a small disc in jade, suggesting that the pendant was probably obtained from a larger object. It is also possible, though difficult to determine, that the object from which the huang was derived was an ancient, plain disc, as the quality of the stone would suggest. The nephrite is in fact of a light green colour with diffused areas of a brownish tone determined by the inclusions in the stone, and it is similar to the type of jade used in the remote antiquity of the late Neolithic and the Bronze Age periods. Part of the pendant, especially the area near the wider border, is also altered. The alteration looks natural, of the type occurring on jades which have been buried for a long time, and not provoked artificially in later periods to make the object look older, as plaque no. 39. The decoration carved in low relief on the two sides of the pendant is rather fanciful. Although inspired by the ancient motifs carved on late Neolithic jades or cast on the bronzes of the Shang and Zhou period, it does not quite follow or reinterpret them in a ‘philological’ manner, as on jades nos. 36 and 37. Looking carefully at the elements occurring in the carved decoration, it is possible to detect a couple of monster or animal masks, probably inspired by the ancient taotie, placed near the side of the pendant. These, however, differ in treatment: the mask and the rest of the decoration, formed by scrolling and heart-shaped motifs seem to dissolve into abstract patterns and not form a consistent and harmonious decoration. The pendant has also been pierced with a hole drilled near one of the extremities: another relevant difference between this pendant and older huang since when - and if - this pendant was worn it would not have been suspended in a balanced way, as similar ornaments carved in earlier times were. From the collection of Ralph von Königswald. Dieser Huang (bogenförmiger Anhänger) entspricht an Fläche ungefähr 38 bis 40% einer ganzen Bi-Scheibe. Es handelt sich hier um eine spätere dekorative Bearbeitung auf einer alten Jade, möglicherweise ein Stück von einer einstmals glatten alten - möglicherweise archaischen - Bi (vgl. auch die nachfolgende Nummer). Die Altersmerkmale sind ausgeprägt. Dieser Huang, der eine größere Öse an einem der Enden hat, stammt aus der Sammlung des Paläanthropologen Gustav Ralph von Königswald. Das Relief ist auf beiden Seiten gleich ausgeführt und bietet diskret dekorativ verspielte Formen aus dem archaischen Fundus, wie etwa C, S, Spiralen, mehr herzförmige C und Gitterfelder. An einer Stelle scheint uns ein Gesicht anzusehen, aber das ist vage und entspricht der hier gehandhabten und durchaus reizvollen Lockerheit. Die Jade zeigt eine stärkere bräunliche Verfärbung, das kann von Eisen, aber auch aus anderen Quellen (Natriumsalze oder Kollophonium) sein. Im Durchlicht bietet sich ein sehr stimmungsvolles Bild gleich einer alten Malerei. An Randstellen ist Verwitterung mit Korrosion gegeben. Ansonsten fühlt sich dieser jadene Huang sehr schön haptisch-weich an
Prezzo di partenza: 540 €
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Lotto: 178
Descrizione: FIGURE OF A STANDING SCHOLAR Ivory. China, Qing 18th /19th century HEIGHT (WITH BASE) 25 CM 牙雕儒士立像. 中國, 清代, 約18世紀末至19世紀初. 高25 厘米. A delicate figure of a standing Laoren, bearded, handshidden in the long-sleeved robe, bare head with Taoist cap, vividly carved and contented smiling facial expression. Mounted on a wooden base. From a private German collection
Prezzo di partenza: 480 €
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Lotto: 179
Descrizione: A DECORATIVE ARM CUFF Bronze. Tongking (Vietnam), Dong Son culture, ca. 5th to 2nd ante LENGTH 20 CM, UPPER DIAMETER 9 CM, LOWER DIAMETER 8 CM, LENGTH FROG 4,5 CM 青銅手鐲. 越南北部, 東山文化. 約公元前5至2世紀. 長20厘米,直徑上部9厘米, 下部8厘米. A museal piece originating from the rare Dong Son culture. The cuff of conical shape with a continuous elongated slit presenting decoration of a row of triangular sections, with a flared rim to the tapering end while the other end presents a three-dimensionally crafted seated frog opposite the slit. The cuff entirely covered of concentric spiral patterns (diameter ca. 8to 9 cm) to be repeated on the frog. The rim offers radial encircling lines. The wider spreading end showing three-dimensional snail spirals. Strong green patina, soilencrustations to interiors. From a German collection
Prezzo di partenza: 1500 €
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Lotto: 180
Descrizione: QI BAISHI齊白石(1864–1957)ATTRIBUTED: CHICKEN AND DRAGONFLY WITH CHINESE CABBAGE China, presumably he 50-year SIZE: 189,5 x 53 CM 傳齊白石 (1864–1957). 七雞蜻蜓白菜圖. 紙本設色. 圖畫高 113 厘米, 寬 39.5 厘米, 全部高 189 厘米, 寬 53 厘米. 款題: 白石老人齊璜. 印: 白石翁 (白文) Hanging scroll, ink and colors on paper: Signature: BaishiLaoren Qi Huang 白石老人齊璜. Seal: Baishi weng 白石翁. Provenience: The painting is from the collection ofPaul and Charlotte Wilm, which their daughter – alsoin retirement already – offered to the art market. Sherecalls that her parents lived in Peking for two years inthe 1950´s. Exact details about the time of acquisitionare unknown, except that Mr. and Mrs. Wilm´s specialinterest in modern Chinese painting began at that time.This is confirmed by the Wilms´ great interest in theirrelationship to Zhang Daqian, which took place in SouthAmerica. Zhang Daqian, perhaps the most importantpainter in China at that time, belonged to the same circleas Qi Baishi, Xu Beihong and others. This painting wasin possession of the family Wilm for decades.
Prezzo di partenza: 5000 €
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Lotto: 181
Descrizione: ZHAO HUAN 趙鍰. SPARROWS SEATED ON PLUM TREE Hanging scroll, ink and colors on paper China, 1 H. 20 Century SIZE SHEET 130 x 29,5 CM, SIZE IMAGE 107,7 CM x20,5 CM 趙鍰 (生卒年不详). 麻雀梅竹水仙圖. 紙本設色. 中國, 約1882 年.圖畫 107.7 x 20.5 厘米, 全部 130 x 29.5 厘米.提款: 華欽尊兄大人雅屬即正. 壬午仲夏之吉少園趙鍰畫於荊沙. 印: 少園書畫(白文) Inscription and signature: For my esteemed friend HuaQin 華欽. In the mid-summer of the renwu 壬午 year(probably 1882), painted by Shaoyuan Zhao Huan inJingsha. (華欽尊兄大人雅屬即正. 壬午仲夏之吉少園趙鍰畫於荊沙.) Seal: Shaoyuan’s inscriptions and paintings (Shaoyuanshuhua 少園書畫, negative)
Prezzo di partenza: #REF! €
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Lotto: 182
Descrizione: JIANG ZHAOLIN: ALBUM OF22 LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS Ink and colour on paper. China, Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1912) SIZE IMAGES 31,7 x 31,7 CM, Total SIZE 38,7 x 35,8CM 蔣兆麟 (生卒年不详). 山水冊頁 22 開. 紙本設色. 中國,清代. 圖畫 31.7 X 31.7 厘米, 全部 38.7 X 35.8 厘米. An excellent album of varied paintings of a lone scholarretired in the romantic mountain solitude. The tinyman is leaning on a stick while walking through thewilderness of the towering rocks. Lyrically painted spaceperfectly contrasts to dramatic elements. One leaf isbreathtaking in its depiction of a man on a donkeypeacefully riding amidst a bizarre snowy landscape to cross a narrow bridge way hanging below the menacingrocks. Another scene beautifully offers a wide openview to a mountain peak with a flat protruding rocksection with two seated male figures admiring thesunrise. An album of varied paintings, signed JIANGZHAOLIN or ZHAOLIN or YUSHU, red seals Jiang Zhaolinyin, Yushu etc.Wooden covers with inscription on one side, to theupper edge Jiang Zhao-lin and a hint to the landscapepainting below. From a German collection
Prezzo di partenza: 2700 €
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Lotto: 183
Descrizione: A GROUP OF TWO SHIZI Wood, bone. China, Qing Dynasty, 19th to early 20th century HEIGHTS ABOUT 15 CM 牙合木雕雙獅像. 中國, 清代晚期, 約19世紀末至20世紀初. 高約15厘米. Two shizi (lions) of very dark stain and with large heads displaying wrathful expression, inlaid eyes and teeth, each with one prawn resting on a brocade ball, the female lion with a young, with long spiralled manes and flaming tail, individually crafted and appealing production. From an old German collection
Prezzo di partenza: 1000 €
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Lotto: 184
Descrizione: THE GODESS GUANYIN Jade. China, 20th century HEIGHT 32,7 CM 玉雕觀世音菩薩坐像. 中國, 20 世紀. 高 32.7 厘米. A fine jade figure of a six-armed Guanyin, two hands in vitarka mudra combined with abhaya mudra, the left upper hand deprived of lotus while the hands below present the vase and the book. Guanyin seated in padmasana on a lotus throne, wearing a high crown secured of a top knot and terminating with a lotus petal. Fine translucency of the white and partly light greenish jade. From an old German collection
Prezzo di partenza: 600 €
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Lotto: 185
Descrizione: MEIPING VASE WITH BUTTERFLIES Stoneware with dark glaze. China, presum. Song Dynasty, late 13th century. HEIGHT 26.6 CM 黑釉陶瓷蝴蝶紋梅瓶. 中國, 約宋代,13 世紀晚期. 高 26.6 厘米. The vase has an exposed foot and the Meiping form. It is increasingly globular in the direction of the shoulders and has a narrow, stubbed neck which is in this case strongly corrugated. The glaze is blackish-brown and shiny, irregularities like the haze and the many smalls pots liven it up. It is truly like a glimpse into “outer space”. Both of the decorative motifs are liberally and freely designed and show fine “flowing tendencies”, especially on the edges. The one motif is easily identifiable as a butterfly, the other also appears to have wide-spreading feelers but could also be a rocky landscape or a composition with leaf work. The colour of both motifs is a rusty brown with a slight touch of silver, ferric oxide was therefore used. The supporting ring and indented floor are unglazed. This ceramic piece most likely comes from the Fujian or southern Zhejiang region . From a private collection in Klosterneuburg
Prezzo di partenza: 3000 €
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Lotto: 186
Descrizione: INCENSE BURNER WITH DRAGON Yellow bronze. China, 17th to 18th century. HEIGHT 12.2 CM, WIDEST DIAMETER 18 CM 黃銅龍紋香爐. 中國, 17至18世紀. 高12,2厘米, 直徑 18厘米. Bronze incense burner (Ding) on three massive, cylindrical stumped legs, globular flared sides featuring three horned dragons with expressive heads with long beards as well as long forked tails ending with curls. Each dragon with a Lingzhi symbol hanging out of ist mouth. Both bowed handles are side mounted and placed in a slightly slanted position. Underside, between the three legs, there is an embossed six sign mark Da Ming Xuande nian zhi, which - retrospectively – makes reference to the Xuande period of the Ming Dynasty which was known for its cast-bronze work. From a private collection in Klosterneuburg
Prezzo di partenza: 4000 €
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Lotto: 187
Descrizione: DEITY STANDING ON A CLOUD BASE Bronze with lacquer and gilding. China, Ming dynasty (1368 - 1644) HEIGHT 33,7 CM 銅鎏金合漆仙尊立像. 中國, 明代 (1368–1644).高 33.7 厘米. A fine expressive and vividly executed bronze figure of a deity (probably Leigong), standing on a black spiral shaped cloud base with two protruding and pointed sections, displaying a dramatic facial expression, dressed in waving loincloth, with a third eye, garland and tiara with flaming pearl above, raising one arm with an attribute (probably a censer), very effective, fine sculptural compactness. From a Viennese collection
Prezzo di partenza: 15000 €
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Lotto: 188
Descrizione: A MALE DEITY Porcelain, enamel. China, late Qing dynasty to about republic HEIGHT 23,6 CM 琺琅彩男尊立像. 中國, 清代晚期至 20 世紀初. 高 23.6 厘米. A richly decorated and intricate porcelain statuette of a black bearded deity wearing a cap, standing on a cloud base with a red dragon crawling out from it, decoration of dragon and cloud motifs, one hand in his pocket fold, the other raised to greeting, a dragon motif on the back showing the sign Wang 王 ("king"), very good condition. From a private Viennese collection
Prezzo di partenza: 150 €
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Lotto: 189
Descrizione: A FRAGMENT OF A SCULPTURE. Eathenware. India, probably 10th / 12th cent. Height 7,6 cm. Possibly a fragment of a large Tsa-Tsa presenting a headdress and holding an item. Courtly appearance and elaborate robe. Möglicherweise Fragment von einer größeren Tsa-Tsa.
Prezzo di partenza: 50 €
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Lotto: 190
Descrizione: A MEDIUM SIZED BOX AND COVER. Wood, lacquer. Burma/Myanmar, about 1900 to 1st half 20th ct. Height 15,5 cm, Diameter 18,7 cm. Holz mit dichter Lackbemalung in Schwarz, Rot, Grün und Gold. Gute Erhaltung entsprechend dem Alter.
Prezzo di partenza: 60 €
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Lotto: 191
Descrizione: SKINNY HORSE. Yellow bronze. India, Bastar, 19th cent. Height 9,8 CM. Sehr nettes, kleines Pferdchen, dürr und auf hohen dünnen Beinchen, auf den ersten Blick würde man sogleich ein noch zappeliges Fohlen vermuten. Aber in Richtung des Kopfes verändert sich dieses Aussehen zu geradewegs einer martialischen Erscheinung. Die Mähne ist scharf gezackt wie an einem Drachen, die gerippten Bänder verleihen auch dem Kopf eine Wirkung, als wäre er gepanzert. So sieht es auch auf den Oberschenkeln aus. Zaumzeug und Sattel sind ausgeführt. Der lanzettförmige Schweif ist stark hochgebogen und fällt sodann lotrecht hinab. Viel dunkle Patina.
Prezzo di partenza: 70 €
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Lotto: 192
Descrizione: CHAIR Jumu wood and caned sitting area. China, Qing, 18th/early 19th century Height 120 CM Shapely, solid-built chair with armrests and high back parts. Several balks between the legs. The central strip of the backrest is curved S-shaped, the upper horizontal brace is curved horn-like but with smoothly rounded ends. Similarly, the arm whose bars are also slightly S-shaped curved. The seating area inside the frame is made of fine basketwork. Very nice grain in light redyellow Huanghuali wood, well-kept condition.
Prezzo di partenza: 4000 €
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Lotto: 193
Descrizione: NECKLACE WITH MIT CROSSWISE VISHVAVAJRA Rock crystal, gold and smaragd. Indonesia, Bali, 1970ies from 1975 VISHVAVAJRA 7,9 x 7,9 CM, WHOLE LENGTH CA. 36 CM This very effective jewelry, unusually equipped with the double vajra symbol, comes from the studio of John Hardy*, which was known for the processing of East Asian motifs. The black chain belt holds several tubular decorative elements with gold and small green emeralds and Balinese rock crystal with open work sections and golden ornaments. The vajra is an ancient symbol of the thunder storm god Indra, the ancient god of all gods. In Buddhism, it became a symbol of “indestructibility” of the absolute of the doctrine. The Vajra of this necklace could also be seen as a “cross”. The piece stems from a private collection, the former owner lived at the mentioned time on Bali. * Hardy was a Canadian who settled in Bali. Today the company has its center in Hong Kong.
Prezzo di partenza: 950 €
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Lotto: 194
Descrizione: TIGERS ATTACKING A BOAR Fire gilded bronze. China, presumably Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220) WIDTH 8.2 CM 銅鎏金佛尊坐像. 中國, 明代晚期,約 17 世紀. 高26.8 厘米. An dramatic, fire gilded, slightly bowed bronze buckle with an oval-shaped semi three-dimensional relief showing a boar being attacked by two tigers. The boar’s head is three-dimensional, in its open mouth one can see the tusks, the tiger has a body in the style of a Chilong. There is also a snake whose body stretches from one end of the piece to the other. The fire gilding is only on the front side, the back side and partially the front side has a green aged patina, partial age-related metal corrosion, earth encrustation. Good condition. From a private collection in Klosterneuburg
Prezzo di partenza: 3500 €
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Lotto: 195
Descrizione: THANGKA PAINTING Gouache colours on textile. Probably Nepal, 19th century SIZE IMAGE 74 x 51 CM, SIZE MOUNTING 105,5 x 65 CM 彩色唐卡. 好像尼泊爾, 19 世紀. 高 74 厘米, 長 51 厘米. A rare depiction presenting motifs of Lamaism and mogul-like details. The Thangka centered of a largesized figure displaying an expressive and clear view and standing on a lotus base placed atop water with a snake. On the figure four Cakra roundels including some multi-headed and multi-armed tantric deities placed on reclining objects. Depiction surrounded by a floral border and multi-headed snake body spirally winding on body (Kundalini-Yoga). Head topped by seven reserves with cloud borders, each including a deity seated on lotus and frontally by a round halo. The centre figure surrounded by multiple round sections showing deities and bordered by cloud patterns, depicting an additional scene of a lion growling at a boy wearing a Lamaistic golden hat. Other sceneries of rock, lotus and animals, a deity on a fish and two standing figures in worship pose and flank by the centred figure. Brocade mounting.
Prezzo di partenza: 1400 €
Il lotto appartiene ad un'Asta passata il 2014-02-09 per sapere se è stato venduto contattare la Casa d'Aste

Lotto: 196
Descrizione: FOUR FIGURES FROM THE PUPPET THEATER Silk embroidery, wood, metal, etc. China, late Qing Dynasty HEIGHTS 27 TO 30,5 CM 偶戲絲綢合木四偶. 中國, 清代晚期.高 27 至30.5 厘米. From a German collection
Prezzo di partenza: 70 €
Il lotto appartiene ad un'Asta passata il 2014-02-09 per sapere se è stato venduto contattare la Casa d'Aste

Lotto: 197
Descrizione: FOUR FIGURES FROM THE PUPPET THEATER Silk embroidery, wood, metal, etc. China, late Qing Dynasty HEIGHTS 27 TO 30,5 CM 偶戲絲綢合木四偶. 中國, 清代晚期.高 27 至30.5 厘米. From a German collection
Prezzo di partenza: 70 €
Il lotto appartiene ad un'Asta passata il 2014-02-09 per sapere se è stato venduto contattare la Casa d'Aste

Lotto: 198
Descrizione: FOUR FIGURES FROM THE PUPPET THEATER Silk embroidery, wood, metal, etc. China, late Qing Dynasty HEIGHTS 27 TO 30,5 CM 偶戲絲綢合木四偶. 中國, 清代晚期.高 27 至30.5 厘米. From a German collection
Prezzo di partenza: 70 €

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