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Lot 359: A CHINESE CARVED IVORY CARVED ‘PLEASURE BOAT’. Late Qing / Republican era. Skilfully carved with doors that open, the lower deck filled with figures dining and engaged in various pursuits, with further revellers populating the upper deck, the stand modelled as high scrolling waves, 20cm long, 16cm H. Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946. ???/???? ????

Asian Art

by Chiswick Auctions

14 November 2016

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY CARVED ‘PLEASURE BOAT’.   Late Qing / Republican era.   Skilfully carved with doors that open, the lower deck filled with figures dining and engaged in various pursuits, with further revellers populating the upper deck, the stand modelled as high scrolling waves, 20cm long, 16cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ???/???? ????
  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY CARVED ‘PLEASURE BOAT’.   Late Qing / Republican era.   Skilfully carved with doors that open, the lower deck filled with figures dining and engaged in various pursuits, with further revellers populating the upper deck, the stand modelled as high scrolling waves, 20cm long, 16cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ???/???? ????
  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY CARVED ‘PLEASURE BOAT’.   Late Qing / Republican era.   Skilfully carved with doors that open, the lower deck filled with figures dining and engaged in various pursuits, with further revellers populating the upper deck, the stand modelled as high scrolling waves, 20cm long, 16cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ???/???? ????
  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY CARVED ‘PLEASURE BOAT’.   Late Qing / Republican era.   Skilfully carved with doors that open, the lower deck filled with figures dining and engaged in various pursuits, with further revellers populating the upper deck, the stand modelled as high scrolling waves, 20cm long, 16cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ???/???? ????
  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY CARVED ‘PLEASURE BOAT’.   Late Qing / Republican era.   Skilfully carved with doors that open, the lower deck filled with figures dining and engaged in various pursuits, with further revellers populating the upper deck, the stand modelled as high scrolling waves, 20cm long, 16cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ???/???? ????
  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY CARVED ‘PLEASURE BOAT’.   Late Qing / Republican era.   Skilfully carved with doors that open, the lower deck filled with figures dining and engaged in various pursuits, with further revellers populating the upper deck, the stand modelled as high scrolling waves, 20cm long, 16cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ???/???? ????
  • A CHINESE CARVED IVORY CARVED ‘PLEASURE BOAT’.   Late Qing / Republican era.   Skilfully carved with doors that open, the lower deck filled with figures dining and engaged in various pursuits, with further revellers populating the upper deck, the stand modelled as high scrolling waves, 20cm long, 16cm H.   Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946.   ???/???? ????
   
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Description: A CHINESE CARVED IVORY CARVED ‘PLEASURE BOAT’. Late Qing / Republican era. Skilfully carved with doors that open, the lower deck filled with figures dining and engaged in various pursuits, with further revellers populating the upper deck, the stand modelled as high scrolling waves, 20cm long, 16cm H. Provenance: Brian Pearson (1926 – 2003) Collection, acquired in China between 1945 and 1946. ???/???? ????

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