London, South Kensington
19 July 2007
A Chinese lavender glazed vase, hu, 20th century
of compressed globular shape rising to the waisted neck with a slightly flared rim, supported on a splayed foot, the shoulders applied with two mask and ring handles, covered with a lavender glaze except for the foot ring, underglaze-blue six character Yongzheng mark -- 6 11/16in. (17cm.) high.
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