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A RARE TURQUOISE-ENAMELED SLIP-DECORATED VESSEL JIAQING SEAL MARK AND PERIOD
Estimate
8,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 10,000 USD
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359
A RARE TURQUOISE-ENAMELED SLIP-DECORATED VESSEL JIAQING SEAL MARK AND PERIOD
Estimate
8,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 10,000 USD
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A RARE TURQUOISE-ENAMELED SLIP-DECORATED VESSEL JIAQING SEAL MARK AND PERIOD
of compressed double-gourd form raised on four low ruyi-shaped feet, decorated in white slip relief around the upper and lower section with detached formalized lotus blossoms divided by scrolling leafy florets at the waist all on a turquoise ground, the base inscribed in iron red with a six-character seal mark reserved in a white square, the rim gilt
Width 6 7/8  in., 17.5 cm
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Catalogue Note

Vessels of this shape are extremely rare, however a coral-ground gilt-decorated vessel of a very similar form and size, attributed to the Qianlong period, was sold at Christie's New York, 26th March 2003, lot 271. Compare a Jiaqing triple-gourd vase in the National Palace Museum, Taipei, illustrated in Liu Lian-yu, Ch’ing Official and Popular wares, Taipei, 1991, p. 252 (top left); a globular vase from the Weishaupt Collection, included in the exhibition From The Dragon’s Treasure, Museum für Kunsthandwerk, Frankfurt, 1987, cat. no. 17; a lobed washer sold in these rooms, 23rd October 2005, lot 538; and a bottle vase from the Alfred Morrison Collection, sold at Christie’s London, 9th November 2004, lot 54.

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