Property from Various Owners
An assembled collection of red glazed porcelain
Qing dynasty and later
Including an ovoid vase surmounted by a thin cylindrical neck and flared rim covered in a peach bloom glaze with prominent mottled patches of green amid the crimson red and bearing a six-character Kangxi mark on the concave base (chips to mouth rim); a globular vase surmounted by a thicker waisted neck, the thick glaze of dark red hue beneath a dense web of craze lines and pooling unevenly around the high unglazed foot rim; and a baluster vase of similar hue now mounted as a lamp.
8, 7 1/2 and 9 1/4in (20, 19, and 23.5cm) high (height of third excluding lamp fixture)