Imperial Chinese flambe glaze vase, Hu Qianlong six characte...





Imperial Chinese flambe glaze vase, Hu Qianlong six character incised seal mark and of the period (1736-1795) The deep bowl-shaped body raised on a spreading foot has a bow-string border below the shoulder and a pair of trailing scroll handles flanking the neck, and is covered with a glaze of crushed strawberry-red colour streaked in purple and milky blue. Along with purchase receipt Hong Kong 1980. Certificate of Identity No C 61144. See also, another example in The Capital Museum, Beijing, illustrated by Xiong Liao, Beauty of Ceramics, Gems of Official Kilns, Taipei, 1993, p. 147, approx 22cm H (in fully restored condition, showing signs of the refired glaze flaking)

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Fully restored condition

Auction Date: 24th Jul 2022 at 11am

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