A Chinese blue and white jar and cover ,
Lot 405
A Chinese blue and white jar and cover
Sold for AU$ 480 (US$ 451) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Chinese blue and white jar and cover
of globular form painted with flowers and butterflies, the cover painted with three stylised bats 23cm in diameter, 23cm high
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