For other pieces by Lei see a gourd vase sold in these rooms, 4th April 2012, lot 166; a cylindrical brushpot included in the Gems of Beijing Cultural Relics Series: Works of Decorative Arts (I), Beijing, 2006, p. 110, pl. 88; and a pear-form vase decorated with landscape and figural scenes within four panels, sold in these rooms, 8th October 2010, lot 2233, formerly also in the collection of Dr. Ip Yee.
The Xingyouheng Tang ('Hall of Constancy') belonged to the fifth Prince Ding, Zaichuan, who was a great-great-grandson of the Qianlong emperor and inherited the title upon the death of his father in 1836. However, the mark on the present vase was added by Lei, as he did on the gourd vase sold in these rooms in 2012 mentioned above.
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