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Asian Art Online Auction

by Waddington's

Platinum House

189 lots with images

April 25, 2013

275 King Street E

2nd Floor

Toronto, ON, M5A 1K2 Canada

Phone: +1 416 504 9100

Fax: +1 416 504 0033

Email: info@waddingtons.ca

Large Moulded Dragon and Phoenix Bowl, Japan, Late 19th Century

Lot 1: Large Moulded Dragon and Phoenix Bowl, Japan, Late 19th Century

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Description: Large Moulded Dragon and Phoenix Bowl, Japan, Late 19th Century Imitating Chinese Ding ware, with a broad rim sloping steeply towards a narrowed foot, the interior with a sinuous dragon and phoneix surrounded by blooming lotuses, a thick and even white glaze throughout, rim mounted in bronze, no other condition problems noted, diameter 10.2" - 26 cm., impressed maker's mark to bottom edge Provenance: From the Collection of Sir William Cornelius Van Horne (1843-1915), Montreal, acquired during the late 19th century

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Small Bronze Tripod Censer, Japan, Late 19th Century

Lot 2: Small Bronze Tripod Censer, Japan, Late 19th Century

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Description: Small Bronze Tripod Censer, Japan, Late 19th Century The cylindrical neck rising from the compressed circular body cast with mythical beasts along the exterior, the whole raised on three slim legs, overall wear and missing cover, height 5.1" - 13 cm., impressed maker's mark to base Provenance: From the Collection of Sir William Cornelius Van Horne (1843-1915), Montreal, acquired during the late 19th century

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Group of Five Miniature Porcelain Vessels, Japan, 19th Century

Lot 3: Group of Five Miniature Porcelain Vessels, Japan, 19th Century

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Description: Group of Five Miniature Porcelain Vessels, Japan, 19th Century Two modeled in the form of a vase; one as a covered box; one a lidded floral-patterned bowl; one a small teapot, red covered box with small restoration to rim; miniature teapot with minute chip to rim; no other condition problems noted, tallest height 2.4" - 6 cm. Provenance: From the Collection of Sir William Cornelius Van Horne (1843-1915), Montreal, acquired during the late 19th century

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Group of Four Imari Wares, Japan, 19th Century

Lot 4: Group of Four Imari Wares, Japan, 19th Century

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Description: Group of Four Imari Wares, Japan, 19th Century Each similarly decorated with a central floral sprig contained within floral borders; including a scalloped dish; a plate; a pair of bowls, foliate dish with minor glaze chips to edges; the rest in fairly good condition except for minor wear to gilt rims, widest diameter 11.8" - 30 cm. Provenance: From the Collection of Sir William Cornelius Van Horne (1843-1915), Montreal, acquired during the late 19th century

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Sumidagawa Pipe Censer, Japan, 19th Century

Lot 5: Sumidagawa Pipe Censer, Japan, 19th Century

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Description: Sumidagawa Pipe Censer, Japan, 19th Century Rendered as a lotus plant, the bowl, modeled in the form of a lotus flower, resting on the curving shank decorated with leaves and a smaller bud, cover restored, no other condition problems noted, width 9.8" - 25 cm. Provenance: From the Collection of Sir William Cornelius Van Horne (1843-1915), Montreal, acquired during the late 19th century

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