A Chinese Imari bottle vase 18th Century
Lot 265
A Chinese Imari bottle vase 18th Century
Sold for £812 (US$ 1,365) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Chinese Imari bottle vase
18th Century
The body brightly and densely enamelled with two scalloped cartouches depicting jardinières filled with peony, chrysanthemum and blossom stems, reserved against a white ground and detailed with underglaze blue phoenix and butterflies amidst iron-red flora;
30cm high, (old christies lot label, lot 51, unknown sale and date).
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