630
630

PROPERTY OF AN ASIAN PRIVATE COLLECTOR

A TEADUST-GLAZED BOTTLE VASE
QIANLONG SEAL MARK AND PERIOD
Estimate
60,00080,000
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630

PROPERTY OF AN ASIAN PRIVATE COLLECTOR

A TEADUST-GLAZED BOTTLE VASE
QIANLONG SEAL MARK AND PERIOD
Estimate
60,00080,000
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A TEADUST-GLAZED BOTTLE VASE
QIANLONG SEAL MARK AND PERIOD
stoutly potted with the compressed globular body rising from a splayed foot to a tall cylindrical neck, applied overall with a mottled olive-green glaze flecked with a fine golden-yellow mist, the foot ring dressed in a dark wash, the base incised with a six-character seal mark reserved in a square beneath a brown glaze 
Height 13 in., 33 cm
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Provenance

Christie's London, 12th May 2009, lot 158. 

Catalogue Note

A pair of closely related vases preserved in the Seikado Bunko Museum, Tokyo, was included in the Museum's exhibition, Seikado zo Shincho toji. Keitokuchin kanyo no bi [Qing porcelain collected in the Seikado. Beauty of the Jingdezhen imperial kilns], Tokyo, 2006, cat. no. 109; one from the Meiyintang Collection, is illustrated in Regina Krahl, Chinese Ceramics from the Meiyintang Collection, vol. 2, London, 1994, pl. 936; and another, but with a pale rim, from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, is published in Rose Kerr, Chinese Ceramics. Porcelain of the Qing Dynasty 1644-1911, London, 1986, pl. 25.

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