7 - 8 March 2006
TWO CHINESE GREEN-GLAZED VESSELS,
comprising an ewer with ropetwist-form handle and an ovoid vase with flared mouth, the green glaze on each degraded to a silvery iridescence
The ewer 10 3/8in. (26.3cm.); the vase 9½in. (24cm.) high (2)
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