A sky blue glazed pomegranate vase Haoran Tang mark, Daoguang period

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Lot 8217
A sky blue glazed pomegranate vase
Haoran Tang mark, Daoguang period

Sold for US$ 26,250 inc. premium
Property from a Sonoma County Collection 
A sky blue glazed pomegranate vase
Haoran Tang mark, Daoguang period
Of globular form with a waisted neck flaring into five everted lobes to form the fruit's stem, the front displaying a flowering branch and the back a single flowering sprig in raised light slip beneath a pale lavender blue glaze that also covers the concave base with the three-character mark written in darker cobalt blue, the foot pad left unglazed.
3 1/2in (8.5cm) high

Footnotes

  • 清道光 天藍釉石榴尊 「浩然堂」款

    For a comparable example in the British Museum, see Soame Jenyns, Later Chinese Porcelain, 1971 (4th edition), Plate CIV 3c (3.3in high); the vase with smaller lobes to the neck sold in China Guardian Auction, Beijing, 26 November 2003, lot 1372 (8cm [3 1/8in] high); and the pair of similar form to this lot, sold in Sotheby's, New York sale, 20 March 2012, lot 247 (3 1/3in [8.6cm] high).
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A sky blue glazed pomegranate vase Haoran Tang mark, Daoguang period
A sky blue glazed pomegranate vase Haoran Tang mark, Daoguang period
A sky blue glazed pomegranate vase Haoran Tang mark, Daoguang period
A sky blue glazed pomegranate vase Haoran Tang mark, Daoguang period
A sky blue glazed pomegranate vase Haoran Tang mark, Daoguang period
A sky blue glazed pomegranate vase Haoran Tang mark, Daoguang period
A sky blue glazed pomegranate vase Haoran Tang mark, Daoguang period
A sky blue glazed pomegranate vase Haoran Tang mark, Daoguang period
A sky blue glazed pomegranate vase Haoran Tang mark, Daoguang period
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