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AN AUBERGINE-GLAZED 'LANDSCAPE' WATER POT
AN AUBERGINE-GLAZED 'LANDSCAPE' WATER POT

19TH CENTURY, FOUR-CHARACTER INCISED CHEN GUO ZHI MARK

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AN AUBERGINE-GLAZED 'LANDSCAPE' WATER POT
19TH CENTURY, FOUR-CHARACTER INCISED CHEN GUO ZHI MARK
The vessel is carved with an intricate design of two pavilions nestling amongst a grove of trees in a fenced garden within a mountainous rocky landscape. On the reverse a scholar and his attendant watch as a bounding dog emerges from behind rocks.
3 in. (7.6 cm.) diam.

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Chen Guozhi was one of the finest of a small group of independent ceramicists, that included Wang Binrong, who worked in Jingdezhen in the first half of the 19th century and signed their important pieces.

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