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A PAIR OF LIME-GREEN ENAMELLED OFFERING TRAYS
A PAIR OF LIME-GREEN ENAMELLED OFFERING TRAYS
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A PAIR OF LIME-GREEN ENAMELLED OFFERING TRAYS

GUANGXU INCISED SIX CHARACTER MARKS AND YIXIU TANG MARKS AND OF THE PERIOD (1875-1908)

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A PAIR OF LIME-GREEN ENAMELLED OFFERING TRAYS
GUANGXU INCISED SIX CHARACTER MARKS AND YIXIU TANG MARKS AND OF THE PERIOD (1875-1908)
Each vessel is modelled with a bulbous central stem that supports a circular tray with straight sides, all raised on a flared foot. It is covered overall in a rich lime-green enamel of even tone.
Each: 7 3/8 in(18.6 cm.) high

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The studio mark, Yixiu tang, belongs to Tao Duanfang (1861-1911). He was a senior Manchu official of the late Qing period and a renowned collector, who amassed an extraordinary collection of Chinese art, and named it after his pseudonym, Tao Zhai. As one of China's most preeminent antiquarians, Duanfang amassed an extraordinary collection of Chinese art, known as the Tao Zhai Collection.

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