16 March 2016
A FAMILLE ROSE ENAMELED GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE
IMPERIAL, ATTRIBUTED TO YANGZHOU, QIANLONG FOUR-CHARACTER SEAL MARK IN IRON RED AND OF THE PERIOD, 1780-1799
The bottle is finely decorated on one side with blossoming begonia and grasses, the reverse with a rocky outcrop from which grow pink flowers above lavender roses.
2 1/8 in. (5.4 cm.) high, stone stopper
Gallerie Koller, Zurich, 2009.
Hugh Moss (HK) Ltd., Hong Kong, 2010.
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