CARP: Chinese Art - Research into Provenance
 

Search Images
View Essays

0 images in Album
View Album

Register (Optional)
Username:
Password:

Help
Credits | Links

Chenghua Imperial Yellow Saucer

Chenghua Imperial Yellow Saucer

Image © Dominic Jellinek
To view larger versions of the images please register (for free) and then
log-in using the boxes on the left.

Chenghua yellow dish, view of base. Note: This is not the Eumorfopoulos dish, so the three drilled marks may not be seen. There is no photograph of that dish. This example is almost identical. The dish illustrated was purchased by Bluett from the dealer L. Wannieck in Paris, 9th November 1928, 6.10, and sold to F. Howard Paget, 18th December 1928, 12.10. After Paget's death it was sold by Bluett's to Brodie Lodge, 14th February 1946, 45. At the sale of part of the Enid and Brodie Lodge Collection, Sotheby's 10th December 1968, it was bought by Bluetts for the American Collector Dr William Corbin, for 1,700. The photograph was used in TOCS vol.24, 1948-49, pl.20c.

Provenance:
From the Bluett Archive

What:
Plate 6

Who:
Bluett & Sons

Design © HATII 2003