A Guan-type ovoid jar, Qing dynasty, 18th / 19th century | 清十八 / 十九世紀 仿官釉罐
10,000 - 15,000 USD
A Guan-type ovoid jar
Qing dynasty, 18th / 19th century
清十八 / 十九世紀 仿官釉罐
the elongated rounded body narrowing at the base and sweeping into a waisted neck and galleried rim, covered in a pale crisp blue-green glaze, the base similarly glazed, wood stand (2)
Height 14 in., 35.5 cm
One shallow star crack to the interior. Overall with minor firing imperfections including a glaze gap to the foot, a minute glaze gap and a minute iron spot to the body.
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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.
J.J. Lally & Co., New York, 14th September 1999.