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Current bid: $3,250 CAD
Bidding History
Paddle # Date Amount

918077 27-Apr-2023 02:03:16 PM $3,250

918086 27-Apr-2023 01:59:54 PM $3,000

917948 27-Apr-2023 01:58:52 PM $2,750

918077 27-Apr-2023 01:48:21 PM $2,500

917996 27-Apr-2023 12:28:53 PM $2,250

822908 27-Apr-2023 12:10:58 PM $2,000 AutoBid

918077 27-Apr-2023 12:10:58 PM $1,900 AutoBid

822908 27-Apr-2023 12:10:49 PM $1,800 AutoBid

918077 27-Apr-2023 12:10:49 PM $1,700

822908 27-Apr-2023 10:52:24 AM $1,600 AutoBid

918077 27-Apr-2023 08:22:09 AM $1,500 AutoBid

918040 27-Apr-2023 08:22:09 AM $1,400 AutoBid

918077 27-Apr-2023 08:22:08 AM $1,300 AutoBid

918040 27-Apr-2023 08:21:52 AM $1,200 AutoBid

918077 27-Apr-2023 08:21:52 AM $1,100

918040 27-Apr-2023 04:29:53 AM $1,000 AutoBid

918077 26-Apr-2023 05:39:05 PM $900

917948 25-Apr-2023 10:42:07 AM $800

820633 20-Apr-2023 02:23:47 PM $700

The bidding history list updated on: Wednesday, April 17, 2024 04:34:59

LOT 120

Chinese

Two Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Panels, Early 20th Century
porcelain
12 1/4 x 9 in, 31.1 x 22.9 x 0.3 cm

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500 CAD

Sold for: $4,063

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PROVENANCE
Alex Gurevich, Montreal, acquired mostly in Hong Kong during the 1960s
By descent to the present Private Collection, Ontario


The first panel depicting five boys playing in a garden amongst bamboo, peonies and chrysanthemums, rockery, roosters and goldfish, the lower left corner with a six-character Guangxu mark; the second panel depicting multi-coloured florals and rockery, all within a yellow scrolling vine border. Both framed.

Initially based in Harbin in northeastern China during the first half of the 20th Century, the Gurevich family moved to Canada during the 1950's and opened the Gurie Gallery, a staple of Montreal’s trendy Sherbrooke street. The Gurie Gallery was one of the first to focus on Chinese ceramics, decorative arts and paintings, and was extremely popular to collectors in Montreal, Toronto and New York. The son, Alex Gurevich (1929-1990), took over the store during the 1960's and continued to source objects through frequent visits to Hong Kong.


All prices are in Canadian Dollars


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