London, South Kensington
17 February 2000
A pair of Chinese lavender glazed wall vases
with reticulated feet -- 8in, (20.3cm.) high; a fluted celadon ground wall vase decorated in underglaze blue with panels of lotus, peonies nad rockwork -- 7in. (17.8cm.) high; a blue and white fan shaped wall vase decorated with blossoming prunus -- 6¾in. (17cm.) high; a Cantonese celaon ground globular wall vase with butterflies in flight -- 5½in. (14cm.) high; a lobed baluster wall vase decorated in underglaze blue and liver red with trailing pomegranate branches -- 6¾in. (17cm.) high, (area of restoration to rim); and a lobed pale celadon baluster wall vase with garlic neck -- 6¾in. (17cm.) high, (cracked and restoration to handles, all with wood stands, 19th Century.
EE COLOUR PLATES 4 AND 5 FOR TWO. (7)
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