A FAMILLE ROSE 'LANDSCAPE' TWO-HANDLED VASE, HU
REPUBLIC PERIOD (1912-1949)
The rounded sides are decorated with two roundels, one enclosing a figure crossing a bridge in a mountainous landscape, the other with a view of a mountainous river-landscape with pagodas. The roundels are reserved on a blue-glazed ground vibrantly embellished with scrolling flowers. The sides are applied with two gilt handles that are moulded with a rope twist hung with Buddhist symbols such as a wan symbol, twin-fish and a chime. There is an apocryphal Qianlong mark to the base.
15 ½ in. (39.5 cm.) high
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