London, South Kensington
18 July 2002
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BEAKER VASE
PAINTED WITH FLOWERS ISSUING FROM AN ASSORTMENT OF VASES AND OTHER PRECIOUS OBJECTS, ABOVE A BAND OF RUYI-HEADS AND FOLIAGE AND A BAND OF STIFF LEAVES -- 17½IN. (44.5CM.) HIGH, (DAMAGES); AND A BALUSTER JAR PAINTED WITH HORSES LEAPING AMONGST SCATTERED BLOSSOM, ROCKWORK AND FOAMING WAVES ON A GREEN WHORL PATTERN GROUND -- 12¼IN. (31CMS) HIGH.
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