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AN ENAMELED PURPLE CLAY POT.

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AN ENAMELED PURPLE CLAY POT.
Item Details
Description
Enameled Purple Clay Pot with Figure Story Motif.

Provenance: We are very honored to have the consignment from Mr. Ken J. White, whose father was the nephew of Thaddeus C. White, husband of Princess Der Ling of the Great Qing Dynasty. Princess Der Ling's only son died from pneumonia at the age of 20, and she kept close relationship with this young nephew. She told him many stories of the Qing Palace, like the Guangxu Emperor's luxurious meals and Empress Dowager Cixi's majestic honor guards.

Mr. Ken White had inherited from Princess Der Ling legacies including some Asian artworks. Influenced by Princess Der Ling, he himself had become a Chinese culture enthusiast and started his own collection from 1930s. The art pieces, the stories, as well as the passion in Asian art were passed down to Mr. Ken J. White.

Dimensions
10 x 18 cm
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AN ENAMELED PURPLE CLAY POT.

Estimate $1,500 - $3,000
Jan 08, 2022
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Starting Price $800
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0050: AN ENAMELED PURPLE CLAY POT.
Sold for $1,1005 Bids
Est. $1,500 - $3,000Starting Price $800
Princess Der Ling & Ken White Collections 2
Jan 08, 2022 3:00 PM EST
Buyer's Premium 26%
Lot 0050 Details
Description
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Enameled Purple Clay Pot with Figure Story Motif.

Provenance: We are very honored to have the consignment from Mr. Ken J. White, whose father was the nephew of Thaddeus C. White, husband of Princess Der Ling of the Great Qing Dynasty. Princess Der Ling's only son died from pneumonia at the age of 20, and she kept close relationship with this young nephew. She told him many stories of the Qing Palace, like the Guangxu Emperor's luxurious meals and Empress Dowager Cixi's majestic honor guards.

Mr. Ken White had inherited from Princess Der Ling legacies including some Asian artworks. Influenced by Princess Der Ling, he himself had become a Chinese culture enthusiast and started his own collection from 1930s. The art pieces, the stories, as well as the passion in Asian art were passed down to Mr. Ken J. White.

Dimensions
10 x 18 cm
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