Late Qing dynasty Naturalistically modelled in the form of a cabbage, the mouthrim formed from the base of the stalk, depicted rising upwards with leafy florets in different shades of green hue. 7.6cm high.
Porcelain cabbage-shaped bottles of this form were produced from the mid to late Qing dynasty. A closely related example from the Meriem Collection was sold at Christie's New York, 19 September 2007, lot 58. See also an example from the J & J Collection, illustrated by Moss, Graham, Tsang, The Art of the Chinese Snuff Bottle, New York, no.246, and sold at Christie's New York, 29 March 2006, lot 1759.
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