AN ARCHAISTIC AGATE HANGING VASE WITH LOOSE RING HANDLES AND COVER, QING DYNASTY, 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY
AN ARCHAISTIC AGATE HANGING VASE WITH LOOSE RING HANDLES AND COVER
QING DYNASTY, 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY
清十九 / 二十世紀初 瑪瑙仿古饕餮紋雙耳活環吊瓶
wood stand (3)
Height 6½ in., 16.5 cm
The vase: One side with a polished chip to the upper corner and a horizontal crack to the lower section; the interior neck with a small chip; scattered small nicks. The cover with a bruise to the rim and minute nicks.
Please note that this lot includes a stand, frame or other component made from a type of Chinese hardwood, which, if exported, will require a CITES permit to leave the United States.
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Collection of William Boyce Thompson (1869-1930), and thence by descent.