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Lot 20: A CHINESE PEKING GLASS SAPHIRE BLUE SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty, Xianfeng mark and period. Of pear-shaped form, stopper, incised Xianfeng nianzhi mark to base, 8.5cm H. Provenance: Collection of Bernard Buckman (1910 – 1991). ? ?????   ??????? Literature: Snuff bottles produced by the Imperial Glass Workshop during the Xianfeng reign, the likely origin of the present piece, are extremely rare. According to Zhang Rong (2005) production was strictly limited to one hundred and twenty per year (Luster of Autumn Water: Glass of the Qing Imperial Workshop).

Asian Art

by Chiswick Auctions

14 November 2016

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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  • A CHINESE PEKING GLASS SAPHIRE BLUE SNUFF BOTTLE.   Qing Dynasty, Xianfeng mark and period.   Of pear-shaped form, stopper, incised Xianfeng nianzhi mark to base, 8.5cm H.   Provenance: Collection of Bernard Buckman (1910 – 1991).   ? ?????   ???????    Literature: Snuff bottles produced by the Imperial Glass Workshop during the Xianfeng reign, the likely origin of the present piece, are extremely rare. According to Zhang Rong (2005) production was strictly limited to one hundred and twenty per year (Luster of Autumn Water: Glass of the Qing Imperial Workshop).
  • A CHINESE PEKING GLASS SAPHIRE BLUE SNUFF BOTTLE.   Qing Dynasty, Xianfeng mark and period.   Of pear-shaped form, stopper, incised Xianfeng nianzhi mark to base, 8.5cm H.   Provenance: Collection of Bernard Buckman (1910 – 1991).   ? ?????   ???????    Literature: Snuff bottles produced by the Imperial Glass Workshop during the Xianfeng reign, the likely origin of the present piece, are extremely rare. According to Zhang Rong (2005) production was strictly limited to one hundred and twenty per year (Luster of Autumn Water: Glass of the Qing Imperial Workshop).
  • A CHINESE PEKING GLASS SAPHIRE BLUE SNUFF BOTTLE.   Qing Dynasty, Xianfeng mark and period.   Of pear-shaped form, stopper, incised Xianfeng nianzhi mark to base, 8.5cm H.   Provenance: Collection of Bernard Buckman (1910 – 1991).   ? ?????   ???????    Literature: Snuff bottles produced by the Imperial Glass Workshop during the Xianfeng reign, the likely origin of the present piece, are extremely rare. According to Zhang Rong (2005) production was strictly limited to one hundred and twenty per year (Luster of Autumn Water: Glass of the Qing Imperial Workshop).
  • A CHINESE PEKING GLASS SAPHIRE BLUE SNUFF BOTTLE.   Qing Dynasty, Xianfeng mark and period.   Of pear-shaped form, stopper, incised Xianfeng nianzhi mark to base, 8.5cm H.   Provenance: Collection of Bernard Buckman (1910 – 1991).   ? ?????   ???????    Literature: Snuff bottles produced by the Imperial Glass Workshop during the Xianfeng reign, the likely origin of the present piece, are extremely rare. According to Zhang Rong (2005) production was strictly limited to one hundred and twenty per year (Luster of Autumn Water: Glass of the Qing Imperial Workshop).
  • A CHINESE PEKING GLASS SAPHIRE BLUE SNUFF BOTTLE.   Qing Dynasty, Xianfeng mark and period.   Of pear-shaped form, stopper, incised Xianfeng nianzhi mark to base, 8.5cm H.   Provenance: Collection of Bernard Buckman (1910 – 1991).   ? ?????   ???????    Literature: Snuff bottles produced by the Imperial Glass Workshop during the Xianfeng reign, the likely origin of the present piece, are extremely rare. According to Zhang Rong (2005) production was strictly limited to one hundred and twenty per year (Luster of Autumn Water: Glass of the Qing Imperial Workshop).
  • A CHINESE PEKING GLASS SAPHIRE BLUE SNUFF BOTTLE.   Qing Dynasty, Xianfeng mark and period.   Of pear-shaped form, stopper, incised Xianfeng nianzhi mark to base, 8.5cm H.   Provenance: Collection of Bernard Buckman (1910 – 1991).   ? ?????   ???????    Literature: Snuff bottles produced by the Imperial Glass Workshop during the Xianfeng reign, the likely origin of the present piece, are extremely rare. According to Zhang Rong (2005) production was strictly limited to one hundred and twenty per year (Luster of Autumn Water: Glass of the Qing Imperial Workshop).
  • A CHINESE PEKING GLASS SAPHIRE BLUE SNUFF BOTTLE.   Qing Dynasty, Xianfeng mark and period.   Of pear-shaped form, stopper, incised Xianfeng nianzhi mark to base, 8.5cm H.   Provenance: Collection of Bernard Buckman (1910 – 1991).   ? ?????   ???????    Literature: Snuff bottles produced by the Imperial Glass Workshop during the Xianfeng reign, the likely origin of the present piece, are extremely rare. According to Zhang Rong (2005) production was strictly limited to one hundred and twenty per year (Luster of Autumn Water: Glass of the Qing Imperial Workshop).
   
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Description: A CHINESE PEKING GLASS SAPHIRE BLUE SNUFF BOTTLE. Qing Dynasty, Xianfeng mark and period. Of pear-shaped form, stopper, incised Xianfeng nianzhi mark to base, 8.5cm H. Provenance: Collection of Bernard Buckman (1910 – 1991). ? ?????   ??????? Literature: Snuff bottles produced by the Imperial Glass Workshop during the Xianfeng reign, the likely origin of the present piece, are extremely rare. According to Zhang Rong (2005) production was strictly limited to one hundred and twenty per year (Luster of Autumn Water: Glass of the Qing Imperial Workshop).

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