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A Small Celadon-Glazed Triple-Necked Vase
A Small Celadon-Glazed Triple-Necked Vase

QIANLONG SEAL MARK IN UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND OF THE PERIOD

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A Small Celadon-Glazed Triple-Necked Vase Qianlong Seal Mark in Underglaze Blue and of the Period The body gently lobed as it rises from the quatrefoil foot through double bowstring bands at mid-body to the base of the three cylindrical necks encircled by further double bowstring bands, all under a pale blue-green glaze repeated on the base, the underside of the foot dressed with a dark brown wash 6¾in. (17.1cm.) high
Exhibited
London, S. Marchant & Son, Qing Mark and Period Monochrome and Two-Coloured Wares, 7 June - 26 June 1992, no. 36.
London, Christie's, Important Chinese Ceramics from the Robert Chang Collection, 2 - 14 June 1993, no. 70.

Lot Essay

This particular form appears to be unrecorded. However, other multi-necked vases have been published, including a celadon-glazed vase with six necks bearing a Yongzheng mark illustrated by U. Wiesner, Chinesisches Porzellan, Die Ohlmer'sche Sammlung im Roemer Museum, Hildesheim, Mainz, 1981, no. 88, col. pl., p. 140.

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