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Lot 124: PAIR OF ARCHAIC JUE

Fine Asian Art

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

19 November 2016

Vienna, Vienna, Austria

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Description: Bronze. China, later Qing Dynasty, approximately 19th century

Das jue is a tripod vessel, used in the archaic era to warm sacrificial wine. Characteristic is particularly the sharp tapering continuation facing the mouth, as well as two tall standing, cap-covered pins. On the vessel body is relief, here simplified and recreated according to the archetype, as well as a curved handle, respectively emerging from a horned animal head. Below this handle is a rectangular field with an encrusted, illegible inscription. Blackish patina with several green areas, both "pins" missing from one jue.
HEIGHTS AROUND 15 CM
From a German private collection
青銅爵一雙。中國,清代晚期,約19世紀。高約15厘米。

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