TWO CHINESE CELADON GROUND PORCELAIN VASES, AND A JAPANESE VASE ON STAND
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TWO CHINESE CELADON GROUND PORCELAIN VASES, AND A JAPANESE VASE ON STAND

THE CHINESE MING DYNASTY AND LATER, THE JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY

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TWO CHINESE CELADON GROUND PORCELAIN VASES, AND A JAPANESE VASE ON STAND
THE CHINESE MING DYNASTY AND LATER, THE JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY
The Chinese comprising a baluster form vase, carved with various decorative bands of lotus petals, lappet blades and waves, two applied openwork handles, underglaze blue apocryphal Qianlong seal to base; and an ovoid form vase, surmounted by three small bottle vase necks with three applied chilong, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644); the Japanese vase of baluster form with central reticulated band, decorated with delicate cranes, the stand of conforming decoration
25 ½ in. (64.8 cm.) high, the tallest
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With Nuri Farhadi, New York.
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