Antique Chinese Ming Dynasty Celadon Porcelain  Scholar  Brush Rest

Antique Chinese Ming Dynasty Celadon Porcelain Scholar Brush Rest

SKU: C403

Authentic antique Chinese porcelain scholar's brush rest with pale Celadon glazed, Ming dynasty (1368-1644 AD).

Made of biscuit porcelain in a crescent shape in the classic Wu Shan "Five Mountains" form.

The base is recessed and pierced at both ends with small holes.

The ceramic brush rest in the form of the mountain has been a popular design since the Ming dynasty.

 

REFERENCES:

A similar brush rest is published in the Lempertz catalogue: Auction 1061, Asiatische Kunst, 04.12.2015, Köln” Lote 419 “

Title: A celadon-glazed mountain-form brush rest. Ming dynasty (1368-1644).

Estimated price: €1.000 - €1.500

 

CONDITION: In good condition considering its age to be over 400 years, shows its age and use, the peak of the left mountain cracked and glued.

Please notice that the pictures in the listing are part of the description of the object's condition.

 

MEASUREMENTS:

Length: 8.6 cm (3.4 inches).

Height: 5.1 cm (2.0 inches).

    $280.00Price