17 - 18 September 2015
A GUAN-TYPE CONG-FORM VASE
DAOGUANG SIX-CHARACTER SEAL MARK IN UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND OF THE PERIOD (1821-1850)
The heavily potted vase has faceted sides decorated in relief with the Eight Trigrams, and is covered allover with a glaze of pale blue-grey color suffused with dark grey crackle, the bottom of the foot is covered with a black dressing.
11 in. (28 cm.) high
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A nearly identical Guan-type cong-form vase, also with a Daoguang mark, was sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 1 June 2011, lot 3713.
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