2 November 2016
PROPERTY OF A EUROPEAN COLLECTOR (LOTS 44 - 47)
This lot has been withdrawn
A LARGE CHINESE 'VUNG TAO CARGO' BLUE AND WHITE VASE AND COVER
KANGXI PERIOD, CIRCA 1690
Painted with panels of elegant ladies, flowers, foliage and rocks, leaf mark to the base
24 ¼ in. (61.5 cm.) high
The Vung Tao Cargo, from a trading vessel which sank in circa 1690 off the coast of Con Dao Island, near the southern coast of Vietnam.
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Musée des Arts Asiatiques, Toulon, France, L'Asie des Collectionneurs, 29 March - 29 September 2013.
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