A pair of large Cantonese white slip-decorated blue-glazed vases, 19th century
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A pair of large Cantonese white slip-decorated blue-glazed vases, 19th century

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A pair of large Cantonese white slip-decorated blue-glazed vases, 19th century
each of elongated oviform shape, the neck with foliated rim to the shoulder and to the mouth rim, the shoulders with two pairs of applied moulded dragons and twin Buddhistic lion and cub handles, decorated in white slip with two large panels depicting scattered warrior figures amongst stylised rockwork and cloud scrolls, surrounded by longtail birds amongst various fruiting and flowering sprays, all on a blue glazed ground -- 52½in. (133.4cm.) high.
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VAT rate of 5% is payable on hammer price and at 15% on the buyer's premium
Sale room notice
Please note one vase in this lot has a hairline crack running horizontally through the neck for 23cm.
This lot will be transferred to Cadogan Tate storage facility at 1pm on the day following the sale. Storage charges will be applied one week from the day of the sale. These charges are as follows: Transfer: GBP 22.00. Storage per day: GBP 3.80

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