2 November 1999
A FINE BLUE-GLAZED YUHUCHUN VASE
ENCIRCLED YONGZHENG SIX-CHARACTER MARK AND OF THE PERIOD
The swelling pear-shaped vase has a waisted neck with a widely flaring mouth, and stands on a neat splayed ring foot, the exterior covered with a deep purplish-blue glaze with orange-peel texture, the interior and underside of base glazed white
11 1/2 in. (29.2 cm.) high, stand, box
The British Rail Pension Fund, sold in Hong Kong, 16 May 1989, lot 52.
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Dorchester International Ceramics Fair, London, June 1986.
A Yongzheng-marked blue-glazed vase of exact size and profile was included in the National Palace Museum, Taibei, Special Exhibition of Ch'ing Dynasty Monochrome-glaze Porcelain, 1981, Catalogue, no. 37.
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