London, South Kensington
15 May 2009
A SANG DE BOEUF YUHUCHUN VASE, QIANLONG MARK AND OF THE PERIOD (1736-95)
of pear-shaped form, covered to the outside in a deep red glaze, underglaze Qianlong seal mark to base -- 12in. (30.5cm.) high.
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