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Lot 130: CHINE Époque YONGZHENG (1723-1735)

Est: €150,000 EUR - €180,000 EURSold:
PiasaJune 10, 2013Paris, France

Item Overview

Description

CHINE
Époque YONGZHENG (1723-1735)
Rare paire de coupes en porcelaine décorée en bleu sous couverte et émaux polychromes dit "doucai" au centre d'un médaillon rond orné de deux rochers percés, l'un orné de narcisses, l'autre de nandina domestica (bambou célèste) et champignons de longévité lingzhi. L'arrière orné de rochers percés ornés de lingzhi, narcisses et nandina. Au revers de la base, la marque à six caractères en kaishu de Yongzheng.
Diamètre : 20,7 cm

Ce décor est l'un des plus fins dans la palette "doucai" (couleurs contrastées) qui consiste à relever la couleur par des contours en bleu sous couverte. La composition de rocher, lingzhi, narcisse et nandina est un homophone pour souhaiter longue vie pour un anniversaire (zuixian zhushou).

Ce motif a très probablement été copié d'un motif tissé de deux panneaux de kesi, l'un conservé dans la collection Impériale et illustré dans Catalogue of Chinese Government Exhibits for the International Exhibition of Chinese Art in London, vol. IV, London, 1935, pl. 11; l'autre conservé dans le Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, et exposé dans l'exposition The Arts of the Ming Dynasty, Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, 1952, cat. no. 328.
Référence : Pièce similaire dans la collection Meiyintang, est illustrée dans Regina Krahl, Chinese Ceramics from the Meiyintang Collection, vol. 2, Londres, 1994, pl. 765
Une autre dans le Toguri Museum of Art, Tokyo, illustrée dans Nakazawa Fujio, Chinese Ceramics in the Toguri Museum of Art, Orientations, April 1988, fig. 19
Une paire de coupes de la collection T.Y. Chao a été exposée dans l'exposition Ming and Ch'ing Porcelain from the Collection of the T.Y. Chao Family Foundation, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong, 1978, cat. no. 64
Provenance : Antiquaire Buchard - Londres, le 15 mars 1940
CHINA - YONGZHENG Period
(1723-1735)
A rare pair of fine 'doucai' narcissus saucer dishes. Yongzheng mark and of the period.



Payment & Shipping

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Shipping

Potential purchasers are invited to examine and assess the condition of items they may wish to buy before the auction, notably during the pre-sale viewing.
PIASA is happy to provide condition reports for individual lots upon request. No claims will therefore be entertained after the fall of the hammer.

1
BULKY ITEMS (furniture, pictures & objects)
purchased at auction, and not collected from the saleroom by 10am the day after the sale, will be stored in Basement Level 3 at the Hôtel Drouot, and can be collected at the following times: Monday - Friday: 1pm - 5:30pm and Saturday: 8am -10 am
warehouse :
6 bis, rue Rossini 75009 Paris - Tel. : +33 (0)1 48 00 20 56
The bordereau (bidding slip), indicating proof of payment, must be presented when property is collected. Storage costs are due at the current rate.

2
SMALL ITEMS purchased at auction and not collected after the sale will be transported to the PIASA offices and kept free of charge for a fortnight.
Thereafter the purchaser will be charged storage costs at the rate of € 3 + tax, per day and per lot.

3
INSURANCE
At the fall of the hammer the title of property shall be transferred to the purchaser, who assumes immediate responsibility for insurance. Uncollected property will be stored at the buyer's risk and expense.
PIASA declines liability for lots placed in storage.

Auction Details

Collection de porcelaines chinoises de M. et Mme Robert de Strycker

by
Piasa
June 10, 2013, 02:00 PM CET

Drouot Richelieu - Salle 4 9, rue Drouot, Paris, 75009, FR

Terms

Live bidding may start higher or lower

Buyer's Premium

€1 - 15,000:23.0%
€15,001 - 600,000:20.0%
€600,001+:12.0%

Bidding Increments

From:To:Increment:
€0€99€10
€100€399€20
€400€999€50
€1,000€4,999€100
€5,000€9,999€200
€10,000€29,999€1,000
€30,000€49,999€2,000
€50,000€99,999€5,000
€100,000+€10,000

Conditions of sale

LIVE BID

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Purchasers will not pay in addition an Internet fee at 3%, The Internet fee is including in the global Premium.
Please note that the 3% of Internet fee is included in our premium. There are no additional Internet charges.


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CONDITIONS OF SALE
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In addition to the amount of the winning bid, the following premium per lot is also due :

BUYER'S PREMIUM
27.508 % inc. tax, up to 15 000 € (23 % + VAT 19.6 %)
23.92 % inc. tax, from 15 001 € to 600 000 € (20 % + VAT 19.6 %)
14.352 % inc. tax, above 600 000 € (12 % + VAT 19.6 %)
For books :
24.61 % inc. tax, up to 15 000 € (23 % + VAT 7 %)
21.40 % inc. tax, from 15 001 € to 600 000 € (20 % + VAT 7 %)
18.84 % inc. tax, above 600 000 € (12 % + VAT 7 %)

Lots preceded by the symbol ƒ are subject to an additional premium of 7% + VAT (68.372 % inc. VAT) on the hammer price. Lots preceded by the symbol • are subject to an additional premium of 19.6 % + VAT (23.44 % inc. VAT) on the hammer price. In some instances these additional costs may be reimbursed. For further information, please call our accounts department on +33 (0)1 53 34 10 17.

In the event of a dispute at the fall of the hammer, i.e. if two or more bidders simultaneously make the same bid, either vocally or by sign, and claim title to the lot after the word « adjugé »has been pronounced, the said lot shall be immediately reoffered for sale, at the price of the final bid, and all those present may take part in the bidding.
Any changes to the conditions of sale or to the descriptions in the catalogue shall be announced verbally during the sale, and appended to the official sale record (procès-verbal).

PAYMENT
1 the sale shall be conducted in euros. All payments must be effected in the same currency.
2 payment is due immediately after the sale.
3 property may be paid for in the following ways :
- by credit card in the saleroom (VISA or MASTERCARD)
- by crossed cheque in euros, upon presentation of valid proof of identity
- by bank transfer in euros :
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4 wherever payment is made by cheque from a foreign bank account, the purchase will not be delivered until Piasa receives the bank agreement.
5 in cash :
- up to € 3 000 (inc. premium) for French citizens or professionnal activities
- up to € 15 000 (inc. premium) for foreign non professionnal citizens upon presentation of valid proof of identity.
PIASA's Buyers' Accounts Department is open weekdays
9am - 6pm. (tel +33 (0)1 53 34 10 17)

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO BUYERS ON STORAGE & COLLECTION OF PURCHASES
Potential purchasers are invited to examine and assess the condition of items they may wish to buy before the auction, notably during the pre-sale viewing.
PIASA is happy to provide condition reports for individual lots upon request. No claims will therefore be entertained after the fall of the hammer.

1
BULKY ITEMS (furniture, pictures & objects)
purchased at auction, and not collected from the saleroom by 10am the day after the sale, will be stored in Basement Level 3 at the Hôtel Drouot, and can be collected at the following times: Monday - Friday: 1pm - 5:30pm and Saturday: 8am -10 am
warehouse :
6 bis, rue Rossini 75009 Paris - Tel. : +33 (0)1 48 00 20 56
The bordereau (bidding slip), indicating proof of payment, must be presented when property is collected. Storage costs are due at the current rate.

2
SMALL ITEMS purchased at auction and not collected after the sale will be transported to the PIASA offices and kept free of charge for a fortnight.
Thereafter the purchaser will be charged storage costs at the rate of € 3 + tax, per day and per lot.

3
INSURANCE
At the fall of the hammer the title of property shall be transferred to the purchaser, who assumes immediate responsibility for insurance. Uncollected property will be stored at the buyer's risk and expense.
PIASA declines liability for lots placed in storage.

Buyer's premium

Purchasers will not pay in addition an Internet fee at 3%, The Internet fee is including in the global Premium.
Please note that the 3% of Internet fee is included in our premium. There are no additional Internet charges.

Internet Bidder will pay the same Premium as in the auctionroom.
27.508 % inc. tax, up to 15 000 € (23 % + VAT 19.6 %)
23.92 % inc. tax, from 15 001 € to 600 000 € (20 % + VAT 19.6 %)
14.352 % inc. tax, above 600 000 € (12 % + VAT 19.6 %)
For books :
24.61 % inc. tax, up to 15 000 € (23 % + VAT 7 %)
21.40 % inc. tax, from 15 001 € to 600 000 € (20 % + VAT 7 %)
12.84 % inc. tax, above 600 000 € (12 % + VAT 7 %)
For wines :
21.528 % inc. tax (18 % + VAT 19.6 %)

Lots preceded by the symbol ƒ are subject to an additional premium of 7% + VAT (8.372 % inc. VAT) on the hammer price. Lots preceded by the symbol • are subject to an additional premium of 19.6 % + VAT (23.44 % inc. VAT) on the hammer price. In some instances these additional costs may be reimbursed. For further information, please call our accounts department on +33 (0)1 53 34 10 17.

STORAGE & COLLECTION OF PURCHASES

Potential purchasers are invited to examine and assess the condition of items they may wish to buy before the auction, notably during the pre-sale viewing.
PIASA is happy to provide condition reports for individual lots upon request. No claims will therefore be entertained after the fall of the hammer.

1
BULKY ITEMS (furniture, pictures & objects)
purchased at auction, and not collected from the saleroom by 10am the day after the sale, will be stored in Basement Level 3 at the Hôtel Drouot, and can be collected at the following times: Monday - Friday: 1pm - 5:30pm and Saturday: 8am -10 am
warehouse :
6 bis, rue Rossini 75009 Paris - Tel. : +33 (0)1 48 00 20 56
The bordereau (bidding slip), indicating proof of payment, must be presented when property is collected. Storage costs are due at the current rate.

2
SMALL ITEMS purchased at auction and not collected after the sale will be transported to the PIASA offices and kept free of charge for a fortnight.
Thereafter the purchaser will be charged storage costs at the rate of € 3 + tax, per day and per lot.

3
INSURANCE
At the fall of the hammer the title of property shall be transferred to the purchaser, who assumes immediate responsibility for insurance. Uncollected property will be stored at the buyer's risk and expense.
PIASA declines liability for lots placed in storage.

Condition reports

Condition reports are prepared upon request.