A famille rose Baragon Tumed bowl Daoguang 18.5cm (7 1/4in) diam.
Lot 96*
A famille rose Baragon Tumed bowl Daoguang, iron-red Baragon Tumed mark in Mongolian script 18.5cm (7¼in) diam.
£2,000 - 3,000
US$ 3,400 - 5,000
Auction Details
A famille rose Baragon Tumed bowl Daoguang 18.5cm (7 1/4in) diam.
Lot Details
A famille rose Baragon Tumed bowl
Daoguang, iron-red Baragon Tumed mark in Mongolian script
The exterior enamelled with eight variously-coloured bodhi leaves containing various Buddhist symbols including a wheel of life, a kneeling bodhisattva, an elephant, a horse and a figure wielding a sword, each leaf raised on a flower and between animal heads suspending beaded tassels, between borders of shou characters alternating with the Eight Buddhist Symbols, bajixiang, at the foot and rim, the interior with a lotus blossom in the well.
18.5cm (7¼in) diam.

Footnotes

  • 清道光 粉彩七珍八寶紋碗 礬紅「土木特旗右旗」蒙文款

    Provenance: a European private collection

    來源:歐洲私人收藏

    The Baragon Tumed porcelain pieces such as the present lot appear to have been made at the Imperial factories at Jingdezhen as part of a service commissioned to celebrate the marriage of one of the daughters of the Daoguang Emperor to a Mongolian prince in 1842. Pieces from this service bear the two-character Mongolian name of the prince, who belonged to the Tumed group or clan.

    Compare similar bowls also with Baragon Tumed marks sold in these rooms on 10 November 2011, lots 260, 261 and 262, and another pair of bowls formerly in the Weishaupt Collection, also sold in thess rooms on 10 November 2011, lots 267. A further very similar bowl sold at Christies's New York, 21 March 2013, lot 903.
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