London, South Kensington
6 September 2007
A Chinese oviform jar and cover, 20th century
applied with relief decoration of a crane in a lotus pond amidst large lotus leaves and blossoms, reserved on a yellow ground, surmounted by a similarly decorated domed cover, Wang Bingrong zuo mark ('made by Wang Bingrong') -- 8 3/16in. (20.7cm.) high.
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