20 - 21 November 2007,
Price realised EUR 6,850
Estimate EUR 1,500 - EUR 2,000
A pair of Imari vases mounted as lamps
Painted with a pheasant perched on high promontory rockwork amidst branches of magnolia, peony and prunus, between zigzag borders around the shoulder and base, top of shades fastened with a mount fitted with a jade and cornaline carving
the vase 41 cm. high, overall 75 cm. high (2)
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