Lot 195: A group of Chinese stoneware vases and bowls , Tang-Song Dynasties
November 15, 2016
Newbury, United KingdomLive Auction
Description: A group of Chinese stoneware vases and bowls , Tang-Song Dynasties, mainly 10-11th centuries, comprising: an attractive unglazed circular box and cover , 5.5cm high; two Chinese jarlets , each with lug handles, one with green glaze, 9cm and 10.5cm high; three Chinese vases , of ovoid form, one with grey-green glazes, between 10cm and 6cm high; a Chinese Yue-type greenware bowl , with light brown-green glaze, 17cm diameter and five Chinese bowls , with various glazes including white, olive and pale green, between 20.5cm and 13cm diameter (12) Provenance: The Peter Arlidge Collection, 1976-2014. Compare the Yue-type bowl with a similar example illustrated in Mary Tregear, Catalogue of Chinese Greenware in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford , 1976, plate 168 and also compare one of the grey-green vases in this lot with an illustrated example in the same volume pl.171; also a vase in this lot with incised lotus petals to a similar example pl. 126 and Chinese Celadons and Other Related Wares in South-East Asia , South-East Asian Ceramics Society, Singapore, 1979, pl. 21-23. -1??? ??????? ????: Peter Arlidge??