A RARE CLOISONNE ENAMEL CONJOINED BRUSH POT AND WATER POT
PROPERTY FROM THE SPRINGFIELD MUSEUMS, SOLD TO SUPPORT ART ACQUISITIONS AND COLLECTIONS CARE
A RARE CLOISONNE ENAMEL CONJOINED BRUSH POT AND WATER POT

QING DYNASTY, 18TH CENTURY

Details
A RARE CLOISONNE ENAMEL CONJOINED BRUSH POT AND WATER POT
QING DYNASTY, 18TH CENTURY
The vessel is comprised of a columnar brush pot indented on one side to create a peach-shaped footprint, decorated with two horizontal bands of scrolling Indian lotuses divided by ruyi-clouds and a raised gilt band, conjoined with a water pot in the form of a ruyi cloud, the opening of conforming shape, decorated with archaistic keyfrets on the exterior.
5 ½ in. (14 cm.) high
Provenance
George Walter Vincent Smith (1832-1923), Springfield, Massachusetts, acquired prior to 1910

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Marco Almeida (安偉達)
Marco Almeida (安偉達) SVP, Senior International Specialist, Head of Department

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