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A CHINESE CELADON GLAZED SCHOLAR'S TABLE SCREEN, POSSIBLY MING DYNASTY (1326-1664),

of rectangular form and centering a standing figure of Buddha or an Immortal with unglazed head and wearing traditional robes in deep relief, before a solid blank screen enclosed by two pierced cartouches within graduated scrolling supports and surmounted by a shallow relief frieze of three panels with crossed line good luck symbols flanking a shaped oval cartouche, raised on a conforming plinth incorporating block feet, reversing to a blank panel with two cylindrical tapered stick or incense stick containers. Height: 5" Width: 3 7/8" Depth: 1 5/8"

Condition:

Good condition, crackle glaze and kiln frits throughout, minor surface wear, unglazed pinkish brown body on underside.

Estimate: $500 - $750
Price Realized
$500
11/13/2021

 

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