Yongzheng faux bois brush pots are always painted in grisaille (grey monochrome) enamel, however, the addition of Famille rose enamel makes them extremely rare. The faux bois and Famille rose porcelain brush pot offered in the Session I of the Asian Art Catalogue Auction was a part of the Royal Ontario Museum in 1969. A.H.Wilkens presents to its collectors rare deaccessioned objects from the Royal Ontario Museum in their upcoming auction.
Featured pieces are the Ming era’s carved and lacquered wood and pottery. Among them, a five-piece Sancai altar with Buddhist emblems is a highly valued set. Glazed in green and yellow and decorated with the Ruyi band, the set of emblems includes a vase, lotus, endless knot, chakra wheel, and umbrella. Multiple Ming and Qing porcelain, bronze, silver and cloisonné articles are also a part of the display. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on A.H.Wilkens.
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art (291)
# of Lots:291
Price Range:$300 - $50,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Faux Bois and Famille rose porcelain brush pot||
|Five piece Sancai altar with Buddhist emblems||
|Martaban ware brown glazed pottery urn||
|Thai Bencharong ware porcelain bowl and cover||
- Asian Works Of Art
- A. H. Wilkens
- Royal Ontario Museum
- Thai Bencharong
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