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A PAIR OF CANTON ENAMEL JARDINIÈRES
QING DYNASTY, 18TH CENTURY
each of lobed section, rising from a splayed foot to a galleried rim, the body elaborately and brightly painted with multi-coloured stylised lotus sprigs and archaistic scrolls, between a ruyi border below the rim and a gilt border at the foot, detailed with a keyfret band and further foliate scrolls at the rim, all reserved against a turquoise ground, the base painted white
Quantity: 2
35 cm, 13 3/4  in.
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Provenance

Neiman Marcus (according to label on base of each).

Catalogue Note

For other canton enamelled jardinières, see a smaller barbed example painted with peony scrolls, and potted with a landscape of finger citron, attributed to the Qianlong period, included in the exhibition Tributes from Guangdong to the Qing Court, Art Gallery, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, cat. no. 60.

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