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GROUP OF FOUR BLUE AND WHITE WARES QING DYNASTY, 19TH

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GROUP OF FOUR BLUE AND WHITE WARES QING DYNASTY, 19TH
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GROUP OF FOUR BLUE AND WHITE WARES QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY 清 �花冰梅紋蓋瓶�� � 康熙款 人物故事紋梅�瓶(共四件) comprising: a pair of meiping-shaped vases, each painted with narrative figures on the body, the base inscribed with a four-character Kangxi mark; together with a ginger jar and a lidded vase, both decorated overall with 'cracked-ice and prunus' motif (largest: 22cm high) Qty: (4) Provenance: From the collection of Arthur Halcrow Verstage Note: Arthur Halcrow Verstage (1875-1969) was an architect who spent much of his career in the public sector. He was a student at the Royal Academy School of Architecture in the 1900s and was elected as an Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1902. By 1903 he was a student and assistant at the Central School of Arts and Crafts (later known as the Central School of Art and Design) in London where William Lethaby was principal and a great influence on him. He then oversaw the design of the new school in Southampton Row from 1905-8. From here he became an architect for London County Council and was involved with many London societies, and as a founding member of the Kelmscott Fellowship, a forerunner to The William Morris Society. His large and varied collection was a reflection of his wide interest in the arts. His archive was purchased by The William Morris Society in 2005.
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GROUP OF FOUR BLUE AND WHITE WARES QING DYNASTY, 19TH

Estimate £300 - £500
Sep 29, 2021
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Starting Price £150
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0113: GROUP OF FOUR BLUE AND WHITE WARES QING DYNASTY, 19TH

Sold for £1,200
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Est. £300 - £500Starting Price £150
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Sep 29, 2021 5:00 AM EDT
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GROUP OF FOUR BLUE AND WHITE WARES QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY 清 �花冰梅紋蓋瓶�� � 康熙款 人物故事紋梅�瓶(共四件) comprising: a pair of meiping-shaped vases, each painted with narrative figures on the body, the base inscribed with a four-character Kangxi mark; together with a ginger jar and a lidded vase, both decorated overall with 'cracked-ice and prunus' motif (largest: 22cm high) Qty: (4) Provenance: From the collection of Arthur Halcrow Verstage Note: Arthur Halcrow Verstage (1875-1969) was an architect who spent much of his career in the public sector. He was a student at the Royal Academy School of Architecture in the 1900s and was elected as an Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1902. By 1903 he was a student and assistant at the Central School of Arts and Crafts (later known as the Central School of Art and Design) in London where William Lethaby was principal and a great influence on him. He then oversaw the design of the new school in Southampton Row from 1905-8. From here he became an architect for London County Council and was involved with many London societies, and as a founding member of the Kelmscott Fellowship, a forerunner to The William Morris Society. His large and varied collection was a reflection of his wide interest in the arts. His archive was purchased by The William Morris Society in 2005.

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