2 November 1999
A YELLOW-GLAZED BRUSHPOT
IMPRESSED CHEN GUOZHI MARK, 19TH CENTURY
The cylindrical brushpot is strongly potted and well carved around the exterior with the Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove engaged in various activities along the banks of a lake, covered overall in a pale yellow glaze, the maker's mark impressed onto the glazed recessed circle on the base
6 1/4 in. (15.9 cm.) high
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Previously sold in London, 8 June 1993, lot 110.
A comparable pale yellow-glazed moulded biscuit brushpot impressed with the same maker's mark was sold in our New York Rooms, 30 May 1991, lot 354.
Please note the dating of this lot should read: 19th Century or later.
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