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Modern Vases in Foreign Colors with Eight Immortals Paying Birthday Respects - CIMB-CAP-2203-008 & 009

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Modern Vases in Foreign Colors with Eight Immortals Paying Birthday Respects - CIMB-CAP-2203-008 & 009

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Coinllectibles
Coinllectibles Limited
Description

CIMB-CAP-2203-008

DIMENSIONS: 26cm (Width) 26cm (Depth) 38.5cm (Height)

The Eight Immortals are a group of deities in the Taoist pantheon, consisting of Lu Dongbin, Lotus Flower, Cao Guojiu, Han Xiangzi, Zhang Guolao, Han Zhongli, Lan Caihe and Iron-Crutch Li. The Eight Immortals are popular and appear in many folklores, especially, “The Eight Immortals Crossing the Sea” and “The Eight Immortals Paying Birthday Respects.” The pattern of the Eight Immortals is classic in Chinese ceramic decoration, dating back to the Longquan kiln in the Yuan dynasty. The theme of the Eight Immortals became prevalent in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties and often appeared on utensils, such as bowls, plates and jugs. In particular, blue-and-white and multicolored patterns were the most classic. Paintings of immortals paying birthday respects became common in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties. A big plate with the characters of “玉堂佳器” (literally fine ceramic for the palace) on the bottom has pattern arrangements similar to this piece, implying an obvious inherent relationship. Ceramics on the theme of immortals paying birthday respects were generally produced by the official kiln to celebrate the birthday of the emperor in prosperous times. Hence, such type of ceramic was invented by the official kiln. A blue-and-white bowl in underglazed red with the Eight Immortals paying birthday respects, produced by the official kiln during the Qing dynasty, probably belongs to the same type.

This vase has a flared mouth, short neck, sloping shoulder, round body, and shallow and rounded foot. The neck is embellished with colorful clouds. On the body, the Eight Immortals pay birthday respects to the Queen Mother of the West. Each of the Immortals holds a peach of immortality. Ancient trees tower to the skies, tall and straight. The varied facial expressions of the Immortals are vividly realistic, offering abundant evidence of superb painting technique.

Market price: USD13,000-25,900

CIMB-CAP-2203-009

DIMENSIONS: 27.2cm (Width) 27.3cm (Depth) 39cm (Height)

The Eight Immortals are a group of deities in the Taoist pantheon, consisting of Lu Dongbin, Lotus Flower, Cao Guojiu, Han Xiangzi, Zhang Guolao, Han Zhongli, Lan Caihe and Iron-Crutch Li. The Eight Immortals are popular and appear in many folklores, especially, “The Eight Immortals Crossing the Sea” and “The Eight Immortals Paying Birthday Respects.” The pattern of the Eight Immortals is classic in Chinese ceramic decoration, dating back to the Longquan kiln in the Yuan dynasty. The theme of the Eight Immortals became prevalent in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties and often appeared on utensils, such as bowls, plates and jugs. In particular, blue-and-white and multicolored patterns were the most classic. Paintings of immortals paying birthday respects became common in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties. A big plate with the characters of “玉堂佳器” (literally fine ceramic for the palace) on the bottom has pattern arrangements similar to this piece, implying an obvious inherent relationship. Ceramics on the theme of immortals paying birthday respects were generally produced by the official kiln to celebrate the birthday of the emperor in prosperous times. Hence, such type of ceramic was invented by the official kiln. A blue-and-white bowl in underglazed red with the Eight Immortals paying birthday respects, produced by the official kiln during the Qing dynasty, probably belongs to the same type.

This vase has a flared mouth, short neck, sloping shoulder, round body, and shallow and rounded foot. The neck is embellished with colorful clouds. On the body, the Eight Immortals pay birthday respects to the Queen Mother of the West. Each of the Immortals holds a peach of immortality. Ancient trees tower to the skies, tall and straight. The varied facial expressions of the Immortals are vividly realistic, offering abundant evidence of superb painting technique.

Market price: USD13,000-25,900

CIMB-CAP-2203-008 NFC ID: 04:2D:1A:7A:E6:72:80

CIMB-CAP-2203-009 NFC ID: 04:52:08:7A: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 18th May 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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