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宋代筆記 Vol.61 南宋1017萬梅瓶,合法性、傳承出版與宋瓷收藏 - Song Notes, the issue of legality and Song Ceramics.



這件作品2023年11月30日在香港佳士得創世界紀錄售出。自2022年席捲全中國的《千里追宋瓷》播出以來,合法性的意識逐漸在中國頂級藏家中萌芽。

2023年11月,千里追宋瓷中的追繳的明星宋瓷「南宋湖田窯梅瓶」正值在南京博物院展出,這件同款的梅瓶也以創紀錄價格被南京藏家購藏。

This work was sold on 30 November 2023 at Christie's Hong Kong in a world record sale. Since the broadcast of "A Thousand Miles of Song Porcelain", which swept China in 2022, a sense of legitimacy has gradually sprouted among the country's top collectors.


In November 2023, the star Song porcelain of the Thousand Mile Song Porcelain Chase, the Hutian Kiln Plum Vase of the Southern Song Dynasty, was on display at the Nanjing Museum, and this same vase was acquired by a Nanjing collector for a record price.


《今日说法》 20220403 千里追宋瓷(上)

来源:央视网2022年04月03日 13:28


《今日说法》 20220404 千里追宋瓷(下)

来源:央视网2022年04月04日 13:44



四川金魚村郊藏也有類似出過類似的梅瓶,SACA學會曾經撰文報導過:宋代筆記 vol.5 青白瓷纏枝蓮花梅瓶(https://www.artsaca.com/post/meiping



南宋 青白釉刻卷草紋梅瓶

SOUTHERN SONG DYNASTY (1127-1279)


成交價

港元 10,176,000

估價

港元 1,200,000 – 港元 1,800,000


2023年11月30日


南宋 青白釉刻卷草紋梅瓶

12 5/8 in. (32.5 cm.) high

來源


迪克蘭·凱萊基安 (1867-1851)舊藏

紐約蘇富比,1999年3月22日,拍品370號

出版


John Getz,《The Kélékian Collection of Ancient Chinese Potteries》,芝加哥,1917年,編號47(圖一)

展覽


裝飾藝術博物館,巴黎,1914年

芝加哥藝術博物館,《The Kélékian Collection of Ancient Chinese Potteries》,1917年

克利夫蘭博物館



拍品專文

瓶唇口,頸飾環節紋,圓肩,腹下漸歛,圈足內隱。瓶身刻卷草紋,上下各兩道弦紋。裏外施青白釉,釉厚處呈湖水綠色,釉不到底,露粉白色胎土。


景德鎮青白瓷色瑩如冰,透徹泛青,故獲「青白」或「影青」之名。南宋蔣祈著《陶記》,裏面就提到「景德陶,昔三百余座。埏埴之器,潔白不疵,故鬻于他所,皆有饒玉之稱」,而饒州正是景德鎮所在地。北宋文人彭汝礪亦曾著詩,將景德鎮瓷器比擬美玉:「浮梁巧燒瓷,顏色比瓊玖」。可見青白瓷瑩縝如玉,蜚聲兩宋。


此瓶器形修長,釉質光潤,類冰似玉,紋飾刻劃瀟灑自然。江西安義縣南宋淳祐五年(公元1249年)曾發掘一件較小(23.4公分),器形較圓濶的卷草紋梅瓶。其他近似例見於全球博物館及私人珍藏,如紐約大都會博物館所藏器身較圓碩一例(31.4公分),見Valenstein著《A Handbook of Chinese Ceramics》,紐約,1989年,編號119;清宮舊藏器身較修長一件(31.7公分),見故宮博物院藏文物珍品全集《兩宋瓷器(下)》,香港,1996年,圖版167 號;香港佳士得2014年5月28日拍賣一例(32.1公分),拍品3233號(圖二);以及大英博物館藏較小一件(24.2公分),見《The World’s Greatest Collections, Oriental Ceramics》,第5冊,圖版70號。另可比較頌德堂舊藏光素一例(22.5公分),於香港佳士得2021年12月3日拍賣,拍品2812號。


PROPERTY FROM AN ASIAN PRIVATE COLLECTION

A CARVED QINGBAI MEIPING AND A COVER

SOUTHERN SONG DYNASTY (1127-1279)



Price realised

HKD 10,176,000

Estimate

HKD 1,200,000 – HKD 1,800,000


Estimates do not reflect the final hammer price and do not include buyer's premium, and applicable taxes or artist's resale right. Please see Section D of the Conditions of Sale for full details.

Closed: 

30 Nov 2023


A CARVED QINGBAI MEIPING AND A COVER

SOUTHERN SONG DYNASTY (1127-1279)

12 5⁄8 in. (32.5 cm.) high

PROVENANCE


Collection of Dikran Khan Kélékian (1867-1951)

Sold at Sotheby’s New York, 22 March 1999, lot 370

LITERATURE


John Getz, The Kélékian Collection of Ancient Chinese Potteries, Chicago, 1917, no. 47 (fig. 1)

EXHIBITED


Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, 1914

The Art Institute of Chicago, United States, The Kélékian Collection of Ancient Chinese Potteries, 1917

The Cleveland Museum of Art, United States, 1931-1948


Lot Essay

Starting from the early Northern Song dynasty, kilns at Jingdezhen achieved success in producing very fine white-bodied porcelain covered with an illuminous glaze of icy blue tinge, earning the name qingbai, 'blue white', or yingqing, 'shadow blue'. The shape and decorations on qingbai wares were often fashioned after contemporaneous silver wares, and the current meiping is no exception. A silver meiping with ruyi-shaped scrolls, excavated in a Southern Song hoard in Sichuan, for example, was possibly an inspiration for the design of the current vase. The silver vase is illustrated in S. Kwan, 'Tixi wenyang fenqi chuyi', Proceedings of Conference on Ancient Chinese Lacquer, Hong Kong, 2012, p. 65, fig. 11.


Qingbai vases of similar shape and design are in the collection of important museums and institutions.

Compare with a similar example (31.4 cm.) of rounder profile in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, illustrated in Valenstein, A Handbook of Chinese Ceramics, New York, 1989, no. 11. Another qingbai meiping of slightly different proportion is in the Palace Museum, Beijing, illustrated in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum, Porcelain of the Song Dynasty, part II, Hong Kong, 1996, no. 167, which is very similar to the example (32.1 cm.) sold at Christie’s Hong Kong, 28 May 2014, lot 3233 (fig. 2). A smaller one (24.2 cm.) in the British Museum, London, is illustrated in The World’s Greatest Collections, Oriental Ceramics, vol. 5, 1981, no. 70. Compare also with a smaller meiping and cover (22.5 cm.) without carved decoration from the Songde Tang Collection, sold at Christie’s Hong Kong, 3 December 2021, lot 2812.


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