15 September 2016
This lot is offered without a reserve
A SMALL BLUE AND WHITE LOBED JAR
MING DYNASTY, 16TH-EARLY 17TH CENTURY
The lobed body is decorated in inky shades of underglaze blue with alternating panels depicting floral sprigs and a figure seated in a garden.
4 ¼ in. (10.9 cm.) high
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, accessioned in 1922 (Rogers Fund).
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