May 20, 2022 09:00 AM EDT Asheville, North Carolina


495

Two Chinese Celadon Glazed Yaozhou Dishes

comprising: shallow double walled bowl, with scrolling leaf decoration, intricate floral shaped piercing around the outer skin of the bowl for a subtle and unique continuation of the floral pattern from within, crackle glaze, 7 in.; late Qing dynasty plate decorated with lotus flowers, 11-3/4 in.

Note: Yaozhou ware is a type of celadon or greenware in Chinese pottery, which was at its height during the Northern Song dynasty. It is the largest and typically the best of the wares in the group of Northern Celadon wares. It is especially famous for the rich effects achieved by decoration in shallow carving under a green celadon glaze which sinks into the depressions of the carving giving contrasts of light and dark shades. (wiki) 

 

 

Provenance:Lifelong Collection of Keith and Caroline Gray, Charlotte, NC (plate); Private Collection, Colorado

Condition:

bowl label residue, spotting, scratching, firing anomalies, discoloration; plate with spotting, scratching, wear to foot ring, with Artemis Gallery label

Starting Price: $500
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500
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