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Čís. položky 1052


“Otahaiti” Important Cup with Presentoir where James Cook Landed in 1769, Cup with Inscription “Residence of the Missionaries and Otahaiti”, Presentoir with Inscription “Area of Otahaiti”, Vienna,


porcelain, retracted body of the vase with inner gilding and white well, the exterior with all-round polychrome painted decoration featuring a mountain, island and coastal landscape, with trees, palms and huts, the monastery of the missionaries with blue flag on mast and elongated house behind the palms, in the sea three ferries with passengers, the base of the body and foot with bright gold acanthus on matte gold bands, gold handles with leaf terminals, bright gold foot with white edging, presentoir with gilt edges, wide edge with landscape and gold décor similar to the cup, height 13 cm, diameter 18.5 cm, the well with scuffed areas, on the underside 2 wide gilt edges
Imperial Manufactory, underglaze blue Austrian shield, dated 1829 on the cup, dated 1827 on presentoir, turner no. 7, 12, 80 (Ru)

Lit.:
Samuel Wittwer, Raffinesse & Eleganz, Königliche Porzellane des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts aus der Twinight Collection New York, edited by Richard Baron Cohen and Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg; exhibited 16.11.2007-11.2.1008 at LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM: DIE SAMMLUNG COHEN PORZELLAN DER GROSSEN MANUFAKTUREN 1800–1840, p. 406, cat. no. 138:
A pendant to this goblet with presentoir is the goblet with saucer and a depiction of Captain Cook’s ships in the Antarctic Ocean. The goblet and its support are painted all around with scenes from James Cook’s second circumnavigation of the world in 1773. This is a clear example of the use of porcelain as pictorial support, as was popular in the late 18th and 19th centuries. The expeditions of Captain James Cook had not lost their relevance in the first half of the 19th century, during the Romantic period, and were also in keeping with the natural scientific and geographical interest of the time. 
The travel reports of his expeditions brought not only knowledge, but also new fashions. Count Cobenzl, for example, had a natural garden built on the Reisenberg near Vienna, where there was not only an "Alpine hut" but also an "Otahitic round hut".

James Cook, Oct. 27, 1728-Feb. 14, 1779 Hawaii, British explorer, joined the Royal Navy in 1755. On behalf of the British Admiralty and the Royal Geographical Society, he undertook three voyages of exploration: during his first in 1768-1771, he observed the passage of Venus in front of the sun on Tahiti on 3 June 3 1769, which enabled him to determine the distance between the Earth and the Sun. Cook called the surrounding islands “Society Islands” in honour of the Royal Geographical Society.

Expert: Ursula Rohringer Ursula Rohringer
+43-1-515 60-382

ursula.rohringer@dorotheum.at

04.11.2021 - 14:00

Dosažená cena: **
EUR 6.400,-
Odhadní cena:
EUR 1.500,- do EUR 3.000,-

“Otahaiti” Important Cup with Presentoir where James Cook Landed in 1769, Cup with Inscription “Residence of the Missionaries and Otahaiti”, Presentoir with Inscription “Area of Otahaiti”, Vienna,


porcelain, retracted body of the vase with inner gilding and white well, the exterior with all-round polychrome painted decoration featuring a mountain, island and coastal landscape, with trees, palms and huts, the monastery of the missionaries with blue flag on mast and elongated house behind the palms, in the sea three ferries with passengers, the base of the body and foot with bright gold acanthus on matte gold bands, gold handles with leaf terminals, bright gold foot with white edging, presentoir with gilt edges, wide edge with landscape and gold décor similar to the cup, height 13 cm, diameter 18.5 cm, the well with scuffed areas, on the underside 2 wide gilt edges
Imperial Manufactory, underglaze blue Austrian shield, dated 1829 on the cup, dated 1827 on presentoir, turner no. 7, 12, 80 (Ru)

Lit.:
Samuel Wittwer, Raffinesse & Eleganz, Königliche Porzellane des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts aus der Twinight Collection New York, edited by Richard Baron Cohen and Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg; exhibited 16.11.2007-11.2.1008 at LIECHTENSTEIN MUSEUM: DIE SAMMLUNG COHEN PORZELLAN DER GROSSEN MANUFAKTUREN 1800–1840, p. 406, cat. no. 138:
A pendant to this goblet with presentoir is the goblet with saucer and a depiction of Captain Cook’s ships in the Antarctic Ocean. The goblet and its support are painted all around with scenes from James Cook’s second circumnavigation of the world in 1773. This is a clear example of the use of porcelain as pictorial support, as was popular in the late 18th and 19th centuries. The expeditions of Captain James Cook had not lost their relevance in the first half of the 19th century, during the Romantic period, and were also in keeping with the natural scientific and geographical interest of the time. 
The travel reports of his expeditions brought not only knowledge, but also new fashions. Count Cobenzl, for example, had a natural garden built on the Reisenberg near Vienna, where there was not only an "Alpine hut" but also an "Otahitic round hut".

James Cook, Oct. 27, 1728-Feb. 14, 1779 Hawaii, British explorer, joined the Royal Navy in 1755. On behalf of the British Admiralty and the Royal Geographical Society, he undertook three voyages of exploration: during his first in 1768-1771, he observed the passage of Venus in front of the sun on Tahiti on 3 June 3 1769, which enabled him to determine the distance between the Earth and the Sun. Cook called the surrounding islands “Society Islands” in honour of the Royal Geographical Society.

Expert: Ursula Rohringer Ursula Rohringer
+43-1-515 60-382

ursula.rohringer@dorotheum.at


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Aukce: Möbel; Antiquitäten und Metallarbeiten; Glas und Porzellan
Datum: 04.11.2021 - 14:00
Místo konání aukce: Wien | Palais Dorotheum
Prohlídka: 28.10. - 04.11.2021


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