London, South Kensington
6 September 2007
A Chinese Imari bottle vase, early 18th century
of compressed globular form rising to the tall flaring neck, decorated with huts on tree strewn islands in a mountainous river scape, the shoulder with a floral and geometric pattern band above a ruyi-head border, the neck with foliate floral sprays -- 7 9/16in. (19.2cm.) high.
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