London, South Kensington
19 July 2007
A Chinese bronze inlaid vase, 18th Century
of baluster form decorated in relief with a wide band to the shoulder with twin beast-head handles and large domed roundels embellished with silver and gilt inlay, surrounded by a triangular geometric patterned ground of inlaid gilt, archaic seal to base -- 12¼in. (31cm.) high.
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