A WHITE-GLAZED ARCHAISTIC BRONZE-SHAPED VESSEL AND COVER, FU

INSCRIBED GUANGXU SIX-CHARACTER MARK AND OF THE PERIOD

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A WHITE-GLAZED ARCHAISTIC BRONZE-SHAPED VESSEL AND COVER, FU
INSCRIBED GUANGXU SIX-CHARACTER MARK AND OF THE PERIOD
With rectangular flaring sides, moulded to the exterior with dragons and cloud-scrolls and applied with two loop handles issuing from animal-heads all above a band of key-pattern raised in broad flaring feet, decorated with stylised leiwen, the cover similarly decorated with a wavy flanged top, rim chips, kiln cracks to interior cover
10 7/8in. (27.7cm.) high
Exhibited
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Imperial Porcelain of Late Qing, Kwan Collection, 1983, Catalogue, no. 148
National Museum of History, Taipei, Imperial Porcelain of late Ch'ing, From the Kwan Collection, 1985, Catalogue, no. 148

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