A famille-rose three-piece garniture, Qing dynasty, Yongzheng / early Qianlong period | 清雍正 / 乾隆初 粉彩花籃紋開光山水圖瓶一套三件
8,000 to - 12,000 USD
Property from a New York Private Collection
8,000 to - 12,000 USD
A famille-rose three-piece garniture
Qing dynasty, Yongzheng / early Qianlong period
清雍正 / 乾隆初 粉彩花籃紋開光山水圖瓶一套三件
comprising a baluster jar and cover, and two gu-form vases (4)
Height of tallest 19¼ in., 49 cm
One trumpet vase rim has two extensive areas of restoration and repainting and covered in overspray. The cover of the vase has a section approx. 8.5 cm restored and repainted, and another section along the rim approx. 7 cm restored and repainted to the interior. The vase has an extensive star crack near the foot.
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The gu-form vases:
Ralph M. Chait Galleries, New York, 1980s-1990s.
The baluster jar and cover:
Christie's New York, 13th-14th July 2004, lot 504.
Ralph M. Chait Galleries, New York.