17 - 18 September 2015
A WHITE-GLAZED CARVED CYLINDRICAL BRUSH POT
KANGXI PERIOD (1662-1722)
The sides are well-carved with leafy, blossoming peony scroll, and covered with a transparent glaze that also covers the interior and base around an unglazed ring that encircles the countersunk center which is inscribed with an apocryphal Jiajing mark.
6 ¼ in. (15.8 cm.) high
Mary Eddy Jones (1902-2000), Oklahoma, acquired in 1950s-60s, and thence by descent within the family.
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