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1020

TWO MONOCHROME-GLAZED VASES, 19TH / 20TH CENTURY

PROPERTY FROM A NEW YORK PRIVATE COLLECTION

TWO MONOCHROME-GLAZED VASES, 19TH / 20TH CENTURY

TWO MONOCHROME-GLAZED VASES, 19TH / 20TH CENTURY

TWO MONOCHROME-GLAZED VASES

19TH / 20TH CENTURY

十九 / 二十世紀 單色釉瓶兩件


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Height of taller 11¾ in., 30 cm

The celadon-glazed vase with apprx. 2.5 x 4 cm U-shaped section broken into two pieces and restuck, and an associated apprx. 1.3 cm long rim chip. An apprx. 6.5 cm long diagonal body crack from the neck to the shoulder and a small associated flake.

The turquoise vase with an apprx. 7 cm long vertical hairline crack and scattered shallow flakes to the foot. The neck leans very slightly.


青釉瓶有一U形區塊約2.5x4公分破損成兩半但經重新粘黏修復,連帶一1.3公分長磕。另器身有一斜向裂從頸部延伸至肩部,連帶一小淺磕。綠松石釉瓶一7公分長直立沖線,圈足淺磕,頸部輕微傾斜。


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Collection of Joseph and Florence Gitterman, acquired in New York City circa 1920s, and thence by descent.