5 April 2000
A PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE SQUARE TEA JARS AND COVERS
Painted on each face with pagodas, pavilions, fishermen and figures on bridges in mountainous riverscapes, the flat shoulder and cylindrical covers with a similar scene, one cover with a hairline
13½ in. (34.3 cm.) high (2)
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A pair of similar tea jars was sold in these Rooms, 6 April 1998, lot 54. Compare also the pair of tea jars and covers with similar decoration and of similar size, but of cylindrical form, which were sold in these Rooms, 2 November 1992, lot 112.
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