27 June 2005
A DUTCH DELFT BLUE AND WHITE VASE AND COVER
CIRCA 1690-1700, 1/W MARK
The oviform body with a short neck, boldly painted in pale and dark blue with large dragons against a ground of tightly woven scrolling flowering foliage (vase with very minor slight chipping and flaking to rims, cover broken through, repaired, stapled and with associated losses, flake to glaze)
12¾ in. (32.3 cm.) high
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