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Pair of Chinese garden stools. First half of the 19th century. Glazed Sancai ceramic.
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Pair of Chinese garden stools. First half of the 19th century.
Glazed Sancai ceramic.
Measures: 40 x 54 x 23 cm .
Pair of Chinese garden stools. From the first half of the 19th century in glazed Sancai
glazed Sancai ware, depicting elephants.
Sancai (literally 'three-coloured' in Chinese) is a type of pottery that uses three intermingled colours as decoration. The body of Sancai ware was made from white clay, painted with a layer of glass glaze, and fired at temperatures of about 800 degrees Celsius. A style of porcelain made in China during the Tang dynasty (618-906 BC), characterised by veins and dots in three colours, mainly navy blue, turquoise and aubergine. The term also refers to ceramics made during the Ming and Ching dynasties (1368-1912), with the same three colours but separated by stripes of clay outlining the pattern.
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Pair of Chinese garden stools. First half of the 19th century. Glazed Sancai ceramic.

Estimate €800 - €1,000
Oct 10, 2022
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Starting Price €400
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0034: Pair of Chinese garden stools. First half of the 19th century. Glazed Sancai ceramic.
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Est. €800 - €1,000Starting Price €400
10th October - Oriental Art
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Lot 0034 Details
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Pair of Chinese garden stools. First half of the 19th century.
Glazed Sancai ceramic.
Measures: 40 x 54 x 23 cm .
Pair of Chinese garden stools. From the first half of the 19th century in glazed Sancai
glazed Sancai ware, depicting elephants.
Sancai (literally 'three-coloured' in Chinese) is a type of pottery that uses three intermingled colours as decoration. The body of Sancai ware was made from white clay, painted with a layer of glass glaze, and fired at temperatures of about 800 degrees Celsius. A style of porcelain made in China during the Tang dynasty (618-906 BC), characterised by veins and dots in three colours, mainly navy blue, turquoise and aubergine. The term also refers to ceramics made during the Ming and Ching dynasties (1368-1912), with the same three colours but separated by stripes of clay outlining the pattern.
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