AN ENAMELED PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE
AN ENAMELED PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE

IMPERIAL, JINGDEZHEN KILNS, DAOGUANG FOUR-CHARACTER SEAL MARK IN IRON-RED AND OF THE PERIOD (1821-1850)

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AN ENAMELED PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE
IMPERIAL, JINGDEZHEN KILNS, DAOGUANG FOUR-CHARACTER SEAL MARK IN IRON-RED AND OF THE PERIOD (1821-1850)
The bottle is decorated in rose and green enamels with two sinuous dragons pursuing a flaming pearl amidst flames and waves.
2 1/8 in. (5.4 cm.), glass stopper
Provenance
Robert Kleiner, London, 2010.
Ruth and Carl Barron Collection, Belmont, Massachusetts, no. 5028.

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Lot Essay

For a related mark and period bottle, decorated an enameled and frolicking dragon throughout the exterior, see D. Low, Chinese Snuff Bottles from the Sanctum of Enlightened Respect III, Singapore, 2007, p. 226, no. 193.
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