A pair of Chinese blue-and-white baluster vases with lid Six-character Kangxi mark to the base
Lot 9
A pair of Chinese blue-and-white baluster vases and covers Six-character Kangxi mark to the base
AU$ 1,000 - 2,000
US$ 930 - 1,900
Lot Details
A pair of Chinese blue-and-white baluster vases and covers
Six-character Kangxi mark to the base
The vases in the shape of meiping, each painted around the body with bird and flowers between bands of floral reserves, the neck painted with floral branches under a band of decorative pattern, the hexafoil cover painted with bands of foliage reserves surmounted by a tall knop finial.
23.1cm high

Footnotes

  • Provenance:
    Private Collection New South Wales

    青花花鳥紋蓋罐 康熙六字楷書款
    來源:鈕省私人收藏
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  1. Yvett Klein
    Specialist - Asian Art
    Bonhams
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    76 Paddington Street
    Sydney, 2021
    Australia
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