Mid Qing dynasty Each finely shaped in the form of a upturned bell shaped with lobed rim, the exterior finely carved with an aquatic scene featuring cat tails, lotus blossoms and leaves with the stem swirling at the base forming the foot. Each: 8.8cm diam. (2).
For a yellow glass vessel of closely comparable quality and style of decoration, see a waterdropper from the Alan Feen collection, illustrated by Clarence Shangraw, A Chorus of Colours. Chinese Glass from Three American Collections, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, 1995, p.109, no.84, and sold in these rooms, 24 November 2010, lot 207.
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