Large Underglaze Blue Celadon Brushpot Kangxi
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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1800: item # 1180615
Please refer to our stock # 6030 when inquiring.
Well potted, of cylindrical form with a pale olive celadon glaze, the body painted with four cartouches in inky tones of cobalt, two portraying mountsins and houses along a river bank, a fisherman with his pole on his raft and two painted with florals, the interior glazed white, the celadon glaze stopping neatly at the mouth and the very smooth foot rim, the base unmarked. Kangxi. 8 in diam x 7 1/2 in high.
Condition: No chips, cracks or frits. A very tight hairline 2 1/2 in. down from the mouth running parallel for approximately 4 in. as shown in the photographs.
Provenance: Acquired from an Atlanta, Georgia estate in 2001
Large Kangxi celadon brushpots of this type are rare. For an example of an unmarked Kangxi celadon brushpot of similar size and decoration but without any condition issues, some elements of underglaze red and carved with a dense peony scroll ground see Sothebys New York, September 21&22, 2005, Lot 99.
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