20 - 21 March 2014
PROPERTY FROM THE RENDE ZHAI COLLECTION
A RARE TRANSPARENT RUBY-RED GLASS SHALLOW BOWL
The compressed body is carved with two taotie masks alternating with two chiling with bifurcated, tails all between a band of chrysanthemum petals below and the everted rim above.
8 in. (20.4 cm.) diam.
The Rende Zhai (House of Benevolent Learning) Collection, 1949-1970s, in the United States before 1990.
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