London, South Kensington
12 - 13 October 2006
A Chinese wucai sleeve vase, Transitional
of cylindrical form with a waisted neck and lipped rim, the body decorated with birds in flight above a pheasant perched on rockwork amidst chrysanthemum and prunus blossoms and lingzhi fungus, the neck with peach and pomegranate sprigs -- 13 7/8in. (35.3cm.) high.
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