364
364
A RELIEF-MOLDED TURQUOISE AND AUBERGINE-GLAZED 'CHILONG' VASE QING DYNASTY, EARLY 18TH CENTURY
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364
A RELIEF-MOLDED TURQUOISE AND AUBERGINE-GLAZED 'CHILONG' VASE QING DYNASTY, EARLY 18TH CENTURY
Estimate
5,0007,000
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A RELIEF-MOLDED TURQUOISE AND AUBERGINE-GLAZED 'CHILONG' VASE QING DYNASTY, EARLY 18TH CENTURY
the shield-shaped body rising from a ribbed foot to a tall flaring neck, the lower body molded with a band of chrysanthemum petals, with single horizontal bands at the neck and foot, the sloping shoulder encircled by an aubergine-glazed sinuous dragon finely modeled in openwork, the vase applied with a turquoise glaze suffused with a faint crackle, the biscuit base unglazed, wood stand, Japanese wood box (4) 
Height 5 3/8  in., 13.7 cm
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