#0008 Very Rare Chinese Turquoise Glazed Vase, Kangxi 1662-1722  **SOLD**
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#0008 Very Rare Chinese Turquoise Glazed Vase, Kangxi 1662-1722 **SOLD**

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SOLD to Switzerland, January 2009 已于2009年1月售往瑞士 

An exceptionally rare turquoise-glazed porcelain vase or flask made in the Jingdezhen kilns, Jiangxi province,China, during the reign of the Kangxi emperor (1662-1722). The neck is decorated with upright plantain leaves, each shoulder with styalized lotus scroll design and applied buddhistic lion head. The central panels front and back feature the Hehe Erxian - the twin Immortals of Union and Harmony - one holding a basket from which has been released a bat, in flight amongst clouds. Inside the mouth are the remains of brown paint which originally covered the inner surface - possibly in imitation of middle eastern earthenware vessels. Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration. 25cm (9.9 inches) high; 18cm (7 inches) wide.


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