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A FINELY ENAMELLED DOUCAI 'DRAGON' JAR

MARK AND PERIOD OF QIANLONG

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A FINELY ENAMELLED DOUCAI 'DRAGON' JAR

MARK AND PERIOD OF QIANLONG

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A FINELY ENAMELLED DOUCAI 'DRAGON' JAR

MARK AND PERIOD OF QIANLONG

the ovoid body painted with two scaly dragons in pursuit of 'flaming pearls' amidst cloud scrolls and flames, all between a stylised lappet border encircling the foot and a bajixiang border above a row of ruyi heads at the shoulder, rising to a short columnar neck, the base inscribed with an underglaze-blue reign mark
20 cm., 7 7/8 in.
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A closely related example was sold in our London rooms, 10th November 2004, lot 665; and another was sold in our New York rooms, 20th March 2002, lot 229.

Qianlong vases of this type are more commonly known with the underglaze blue design filled in with green enamel; see one published in Porcelains of the National Palace Museum. Enamelled Ware of the Ch'ing Dynasty, vol. II, Taipei, 1969, pl. 13; and another from the Edward T. Chow collection sold in these rooms, 19th May 1981, lot 537.

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