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A Chinese Ru-ware Dish

In The Na Yantu Palace Antique Collection

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A Chinese Ru-ware Dish H 5cm; D 20.5cm Song Dynasty The Na Yantu Palace Old Collection Na Yantu (1867-1938) was a minister in the late Qing Dynasty and the 27th generation descendant of Genghis Khan. In 1874 (Qing Tongzhi 13th year), he inherited the title of 7th generation Prince of Khalkha, also known as "Na Wang". Na Yantu lived a luxurious life and was keen on gambling in the casino, which resulted in huge expenses and increasingly difficult living conditions. In the 15th year of the Republic of China (1926), he borrowed 70,000 silver yuan from Father Jean-Marie Planchet, a priest of The North Church Catholic Church in Beiping (now Beijing). In 1927, Na Yantu entrusted the antiques in his royal residence to Minsheng Trading Company for auction to repay the debt, but the proceeds were still not enough to repay the debt. Later, Nayantu was sued by Father Jean-Marie Planchet. After Nayantu lost the lawsuit, the royal residence was mortgaged to Father Jean-Marie Planchet. A large number of artworks in that royal residence were purchased and transported back to France by Albert Armand Pouyanne (1873-1932), and after Pouyanne's death, his wealth and a large number of collections were inherited by his family.
A Chinese Ru-ware Dish H 5cm; D 20.5cm Song Dynasty The Na Yantu Palace Old Collection Na Yantu (1867-1938) was a minister in the late Qing Dynasty and the 27th generation descendant of Genghis Khan. In 1874 (Qing Tongzhi 13th year), he inherited the title of 7th generation Prince of Khalkha, also known as "Na Wang". Na Yantu lived a luxurious life and was keen on gambling in the casino, which resulted in huge expenses and increasingly difficult living conditions. In the 15th year of the Republic of China (1926), he borrowed 70,000 silver yuan from Father Jean-Marie Planchet, a priest of The North Church Catholic Church in Beiping (now Beijing). In 1927, Na Yantu entrusted the antiques in his royal residence to Minsheng Trading Company for auction to repay the debt, but the proceeds were still not enough to repay the debt. Later, Nayantu was sued by Father Jean-Marie Planchet. After Nayantu lost the lawsuit, the royal residence was mortgaged to Father Jean-Marie Planchet. A large number of artworks in that royal residence were purchased and transported back to France by Albert Armand Pouyanne (1873-1932), and after Pouyanne's death, his wealth and a large number of collections were inherited by his family.

The Na Yantu Palace Antique Collection

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Venice
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United States

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Introducing the Na Yantu Palace Antique Collection, a magnificent assortment of antique treasures from one of the most prominent aristocratic families of the late Qing dynasty. This collection boasts a rich history and heritage, with each piece bearing witness to the opulent lifestyle of Na Yantu, the seventh generation Prince of Kharachin and descendant of Genghis Khan.

Acquired and cherished by Na Yantu himself, these antiques include stunning examples of Chinese ceramics and porcelain, as well as intricate jade carvings, ornate silverware, and exquisite paintings provided by various cosigners around the world. Each piece tells a story of the wealth and extravagance of the era, and represents a unique and valuable piece of Chinese history.

Following Na Yantu's financial struggles, the collection was sold to the Minsheng Trading Company for auction. A portion of these antiques were eventually purchased and transported back to France by Albert Armand Pouyanne, a renowned collector of European and Chinese art.

Now, these exceptional antiques have been meticulously preserved and are ready to be showcased to the world. This auction presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of Chinese history, and to admire the masterful craftsmanship and stunning beauty of these artifacts. Don't miss your chance to bid on the Na Yantu Palace Antique Collection and add a rare and valuable piece of history to your collection.

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Tags: Tongzhi Porcelain, Qing Dynasty