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A CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE, LATE QING DYNASTY, POSSIBLY GUANGXU REIGN (1871-1908),

of baluster form with a rounded rim centering meandering floral leafy vines within a petal edge, above a flaring circular neck enclosing a rectangular reserve of a Ming dynasty emperor in yellow robes seated amidst attendants and court officials reversing to a similar reserve with the Emperor seated at table with various attendants and officials, flanked by Buddhistic lion and cub molded handles, above ruyi panels of auspicious vessels within blossoming and fruiting vine enameled shoulders continuing to sides interspersed with magpies, framing large conforming reserves of elaborate interior scenes of the emperor surrounded by family members, officials and attendants at various pursuits, over archaistic style lappet panel banding, underside centering remnants of a red wax antiquities export seal. Height: 23 1/4" Diameter: 9" 

Condition:

Good condition with expected light scratches, some enamel flaking and wear as well as surface buildup throughout.

Estimate: $600 - $800
Price Realized
$1,700
02/16/2020

 

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