An inscribed famille-verte brushpot, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period 清康熙 五彩題詩花鳥紋筆筒
Property from the Alleyne Collection
An inscribed famille-verte brushpot,
Qing dynasty, Kangxi period
the inscribed poem may be translated as follows,
Do you not realise the peaches of the Queen Mother of the West take a thousand years to ripen,
For the time being let us amuse ourselves like Liu Lang.題詩：
h. 12.4 cm
The brushpot is in good overall condition with expected light surface wear and minor firing imperfections, including a kiln chip to the inner footring. There is a transparent slip-like layer on top of the inscription.
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Spink & Son Ltd, London, 1978.
Spink & Son Ltd，倫敦，1978年