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A gold and silver-inlaid and patinated bronze archaistic gu-form vase 金银象

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A gold and silver-inlaid and patinated bronze archaistic gu-form vase 金银象
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A gold and silver-inlaid and patinated bronze archaistic gu-form vase 金银象嵌加漆觚

With mottled green patina, rim decorated with continuous keyfret border, upper and lower registers with triangular sections centered by a stylized blossom, the center register displays a pair of "Taotie" masks, against leiwen ground; all skillfully executed with gold and silver inlay, an archaic seal mark to the underside.

(H: 12 1/4 in.)

PROVENANCE:

Possibly sold C. G. Sloan & Company, Inc., Washington, D.C., sale #405, October 6, 1977, lot 131
Property from the estate of Stanley Daniel Fishman
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A gold and silver-inlaid and patinated bronze archaistic gu-form vase 金银象

Estimate $3,000 - $5,000
Oct 18, 2022
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Starting Price $1,500
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0172: A gold and silver-inlaid and patinated bronze archaistic gu-form vase 金银象
Sold for $4,00015 Bids
Est. $3,000 - $5,000Starting Price $1,500
Asian Arts
Oct 18, 2022 10:00 AM EDT
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A gold and silver-inlaid and patinated bronze archaistic gu-form vase 金银象嵌加漆觚

With mottled green patina, rim decorated with continuous keyfret border, upper and lower registers with triangular sections centered by a stylized blossom, the center register displays a pair of "Taotie" masks, against leiwen ground; all skillfully executed with gold and silver inlay, an archaic seal mark to the underside.

(H: 12 1/4 in.)

PROVENANCE:

Possibly sold C. G. Sloan & Company, Inc., Washington, D.C., sale #405, October 6, 1977, lot 131
Property from the estate of Stanley Daniel Fishman
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