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Hong Kong

A FAMILLE-ROSE 'FUSHOU' 'DOUBLE GOURD' PLAQUE
QING DYNASTY, 18TH – 19TH CENTURY
moulded after a flattened beribboned double-gourd vase with details picked out in gilt, decorated with two medallions enclosing the characters fu (fortune) and shou (longevity)surmounted by a bat at the mouth, affixed to a wood frame
frame 65.4 cm, 25 3/4  in.
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Catalogue Note

Compare a 'daji' 'double gourd' plaque from the collection of Sir Quo-Wei Lee, sold in our rooms on 3rd October 2018, lot 146.

Chinese Art

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Hong Kong