Thu, 25th Mar 2021 9:30

Fine Art, Antiques & Asian Art

 
 

A Chinese porcelain panel, Qing,19th century, painted with blossoming peony and chrysanthemums, mounted in a hardwood frame inlaid with stained bone inlay of bats and bi united by rope, further inlaid with silver wire scrolls, the sides of the frame inlaid with silver wire Buddhist symbols, the panel 22.5cm x 16.5cnm, 26.5cm x 20cm overall

Sold for £6,500


Condition report

This has previously been mounted in a table screen stand which is now missing. The porcelain in good condition with no obvious faults. There is a very fine old hairline crack to the base of the frame but nothing too detrimental.

 

A Chinese porcelain panel, Qing,19th century, painted with blossoming peony and chrysanthemums, mounted in a hardwood frame inlaid with stained bone inlay of bats and bi united by rope, further inlaid with silver wire scrolls, the sides of the frame inlaid with silver wire Buddhist symbols, the panel 22.5cm x 16.5cnm, 26.5cm x 20cm overall

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