25 September 2020
A LARGE BRONZE LOBED BALUSTER VASE
LATE MING DYNASTY, 17TH CENTURY
The body and neck of the vase are shaped with eight vertical lobes, all raised on an integral low stand of conforming shape, which terminates in four ruyi-form feet. The neck is flanked by handles formed as descending phoenixes, and the vase has developed a rich golden-brown patina.
19 7/8 in. (50.6 cm.) high
Roger Keverne, London, 2012.
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Roger Keverne, Fine and Rare Chinese Works of Art and Ceramics - Winter Exhibition, London, 2012, p. 21, no. 14.
London, Roger Keverne, Fine and Rare Chinese Works of Art and Ceramics - Winter Exhibition, 2012.
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