6 November 2009,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 8,750
GBP 1,000 - GBP 1,500
AN UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND WHITE, CELADON GROUND BRUSHPOT, KANGXI (1662-1722)
decorated on the celadon ground in white slip, underglaze blue and copper red with cranes fishing in a lotus pond, the interior and base glazed white -- 7½in. (19cm.) wide, fitted wood stand.
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