London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE KENDI, EARLY 16TH CENTURY
with tall waisted neck, narrow lipped rim and a mammiform spout to the shoulder, freely painted with galloping horses, various flowers and foliage, birds, za bao and two decorative bands around the shoulder and the rim -- 8 1/2in. (21.6cm.).
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