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Famille Rose Western-style Floral Sphere Vase with Carved Golden Ruyi and Dragon Motif - GV-CAP-2201-001 & 002

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Famille Rose Western-style Floral Sphere Vase with Carved Golden Ruyi and Dragon Motif - GV-CAP-2201-001 & 002

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Coinllectibles
Coinllectibles Limited
Description

Magnificent Series

The Magnificent Series collects exquisite antique works from Qing Dynasty, as well as ancient style artworks made by modern artists.

This collection features exquisite production, reflecting an extremely high level of craftsmanship and artistic values, expressing inspiring and auspicious meaning. This collection is truly a great set of works with high collection values.

GV-CAP-2201-001

DIMENSIONS: 38.5cm (Width) 38.6cm (Depth) 53.6cm (Height)

The sphere vase is a ceramic pattern deeply influenced by the West Asian culture, which began in the Ming Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Yongle and Emperor Xuande. And it was shaped like a heavenly sphere, therefore it was named the sphere vase. The period under the reign of Emperor Yongzheng and Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty was a heyday, in which the antique style was prevalent. The imitated sphere vases were large ceramics used for display at the court. In addition to the traditional blue and white ceramic varieties, multi-colored and famille rose vases also emerged, but the most precious clashing color was seldom applied to the sphere vase, with the main reason being that there were no large pieces for clashing color. The period under the reign of Emperor Qianlong was prosperous, and Emperor Hongli was extremely fond of precious and elegant ceramic, therefore, the sphere vase was fired by the imperial kiln in Jingdezhen.

The sphere vase is dazzling and rare, with a magnificent and majestic finish, as an ode to the reign of Emperor Qianlong and the prestige of the Son of Heaven. Emperors in China believed in the divine right to rule, and the celestial sphere shape, golden Dragon motif, and white ground used on this vase highlight the dignity of Emperor Qianlong as the genuine Son of Heaven. This yellow-glazed, gilded, floral-engraved vase is unique, with excellent craftsmanship and originality.

The vase features a straight mouth, long thick neck, plump shoulders, rounded belly, false foot rim, white glaze on the entire body, and a relief carving of a golden Dragon motif on the surface. The exterior surface of the vase is painted with peony patterns of varying colors, red, green, blue and yellow, respectively, with intertwined floral decorations, delicately painted with vivid colors and well-preserved decorations. The Dragon motif implies that the world is peaceful and all things are pacified, and its motifs were prevalent in official kilns of all dynasties. After the reign of Emperor Qianlong, Dragon patterns were portrayed on ceramic, and the style changed from bold to delicate. The Kuilong motif continued into the late Qing Dynasty and became a traditional motif in official kilns of the nineteenth century.

The Dragon pattern is a traditional Chinese auspicious decoration, which was first recognized as a totem of the nations in ancient times. In the old days, the Dragon was said to be the leader of the scaly creatures, as well as one of the Four Spirits, it could climb into the abyss, travel the clouds and bring rain, coupled with a fierce image, making it awe-inspiring. With splendid colors and special symbolic meaning, famille rose ceramic has a unique artistic value and has been gradually becoming increasingly admired by more and more people. The item is an imitation of the top ceramic used by the Royal Family, and is an extremely rare piece of fine ceramic with high collection value.

Market price: USD 32,300 - 45,200

GV-CAP-2201-002

DIMENSIONS: 38.5cm (Width) 38cm (Depth) 53.2cm (Height)

The sphere vase is a ceramic pattern deeply influenced by the West Asian culture, which began in the Ming Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Yongle and Emperor Xuande. And it was shaped like a heavenly sphere, therefore it was named the sphere vase. The period under the reign of Emperor Yongzheng and Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty was a heyday, in which the antique style was prevalent. The imitated sphere vases were large ceramics used for display at the court. In addition to the traditional blue and white ceramic varieties, multi-colored and famille rose vases also emerged, but the most precious clashing color was seldom applied to the sphere vase, with the main reason being that there were no large pieces for clashing color. The period under the reign of Emperor Qianlong was prosperous, and Emperor Hongli was extremely fond of precious and elegant ceramic, therefore, the sphere vase was fired by the imperial kiln in Jingdezhen.

The sphere vase is dazzling and rare, with a magnificent and majestic finish, as an ode to the reign of Emperor Qianlong and the prestige of the Son of Heaven. Emperors in China believed in the divine right to rule, and the celestial sphere shape, golden Dragon motif, and white ground used on this vase highlight the dignity of Emperor Qianlong as the genuine Son of Heaven. This yellow-glazed, gilded, floral-engraved vase is unique, with excellent craftsmanship and originality.

The vase features a straight mouth, long thick neck, plump shoulders, rounded belly, false foot rim, white glaze on the entire body, and a relief carving of a golden Dragon motif on the surface. The exterior surface of the vase is painted with peony patterns of varying colors, red, green, blue and yellow, respectively, with intertwined floral decorations, delicately painted with vivid colors and well-preserved decorations. The Dragon motif implies that the world is peaceful and all things are pacified, and its motifs were prevalent in official kilns of all dynasties. After the reign of Emperor Qianlong, Dragon patterns were portrayed on ceramic, and the style changed from bold to delicate. The Kuilong motif continued into the late Qing Dynasty and became a traditional motif in official kilns of the nineteenth century.

The Dragon pattern is a traditional Chinese auspicious decoration, which was first recognized as a totem of the nations in ancient times. In the old days, the Dragon was said to be the leader of the scaly creatures, as well as one of the Four Spirits, it could climb into the abyss, travel the clouds and bring rain, coupled with a fierce image, making it awe-inspiring. With splendid colors and special symbolic meaning, famille rose ceramic has a unique artistic value and has been gradually becoming increasingly admired by more and more people. The item is an imitation of the top ceramic used by the Royal Family, and is an extremely rare piece of fine ceramic with high collection value.

Market price: USD 32,300 - 45,200

GV-CAP-2201-001 NFC ID: 04:80:07:7A:E6:72:80

GV-CAP-2201-002 NFC ID: 04:77:18:7A:E6:72:80


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Certificate of Ownership

This digital ownership token (this “Fusion DOT”) serves as the certificate of legal title to and beneficial ownership of the Collectible, as defined in the Transfer Deed between Coinllectibles Private Limited and Coinllectibles Limited dated 1st September 2022 incorporated into this Fusion DOT, upon the terms and subject to the conditions contained in the following documents incorporated into this Fusion DOT: (1) Transfer Deed; (2) Sale and Purchase Agreement; and (3) Bailment Agreement.

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