16th Jun, 2021 10:00

The Summer Auction

Lot 352

A Chinese underglaze-blue and copper red bottle vase

A Chinese underglaze-blue and copper red bottle vase, 19th century
The slender neck with slightly flared rim above an ovoid body, decorated with vases, scrolls, censers and other precious and auspicious objects in the Kangxi manner, between wave and diaper panel borders to the rim, shoulder and foot, 52cm high, with associated carved hardwood stand (chip to rim, hairline to neck).


The property of a gentleman, acquired prior to 1960, thence by descent to the vendor.

Sold for £7,000

Condition Report
Footrim slightly kiln warped.  Long chip to rim approx 4cm x 0.5cm.  'Z' shape hairline to the base of the neck running into the shoulder.

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