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Lot 338: A CHINESE IVORY ‘FLOWER BASKET’ POMANDER. Qing Dynasty. Carved in the form of a basket with openwork sides, with carved and pierced handles emerging from the wide mouth, below a twist-effect handle, the ivory stained red and blue to highlight the flowers within the carving, with silk tassel and cord, 7cm long. ?? ?????????? Literature: For a closely related pomander dating from the Qianlong period see The Art of Ivory Sculpture in Cathay, incorporating a catalogue of the Radoorie Collection, volume III, cat no 429

Asian Art

by Chiswick Auctions

14 November 2016

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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  • A CHINESE IVORY ‘FLOWER BASKET’ POMANDER.   Qing Dynasty.   Carved in the form of a basket with openwork sides, with carved and pierced handles emerging from the wide mouth, below a twist-effect handle, the ivory stained red and blue to highlight the flowers within the carving, with silk tassel and cord, 7cm long.    ?? ??????????    Literature: For a closely related pomander dating from the Qianlong period see The Art of Ivory Sculpture in Cathay, incorporating a catalogue of the Radoorie Collection, volume III, cat no 429
  • A CHINESE IVORY ‘FLOWER BASKET’ POMANDER.   Qing Dynasty.   Carved in the form of a basket with openwork sides, with carved and pierced handles emerging from the wide mouth, below a twist-effect handle, the ivory stained red and blue to highlight the flowers within the carving, with silk tassel and cord, 7cm long.    ?? ??????????    Literature: For a closely related pomander dating from the Qianlong period see The Art of Ivory Sculpture in Cathay, incorporating a catalogue of the Radoorie Collection, volume III, cat no 429
  • A CHINESE IVORY ‘FLOWER BASKET’ POMANDER.   Qing Dynasty.   Carved in the form of a basket with openwork sides, with carved and pierced handles emerging from the wide mouth, below a twist-effect handle, the ivory stained red and blue to highlight the flowers within the carving, with silk tassel and cord, 7cm long.    ?? ??????????    Literature: For a closely related pomander dating from the Qianlong period see The Art of Ivory Sculpture in Cathay, incorporating a catalogue of the Radoorie Collection, volume III, cat no 429
  • A CHINESE IVORY ‘FLOWER BASKET’ POMANDER.   Qing Dynasty.   Carved in the form of a basket with openwork sides, with carved and pierced handles emerging from the wide mouth, below a twist-effect handle, the ivory stained red and blue to highlight the flowers within the carving, with silk tassel and cord, 7cm long.    ?? ??????????    Literature: For a closely related pomander dating from the Qianlong period see The Art of Ivory Sculpture in Cathay, incorporating a catalogue of the Radoorie Collection, volume III, cat no 429
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Description: A CHINESE IVORY ‘FLOWER BASKET’ POMANDER. Qing Dynasty. Carved in the form of a basket with openwork sides, with carved and pierced handles emerging from the wide mouth, below a twist-effect handle, the ivory stained red and blue to highlight the flowers within the carving, with silk tassel and cord, 7cm long. ?? ?????????? Literature: For a closely related pomander dating from the Qianlong period see The Art of Ivory Sculpture in Cathay, incorporating a catalogue of the Radoorie Collection, volume III, cat no 429

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