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Chinese Imperial Yellow Porcelain Bottle Vase with Dragons, Probably Early Qing Dynasty, Chenghua mark, c1750, with stand (1 of 8)
Chinese Imperial Yellow Porcelain Bottle Vase with Dragons, Probably Early Qing Dynasty, Chenghua mark, c1750, with stand (2 of 8)
Chinese Imperial Yellow Porcelain Bottle Vase with Dragons, Probably Early Qing Dynasty, Chenghua mark, c1750, with stand (3 of 8)
Chinese Imperial Yellow Porcelain Bottle Vase with Dragons, Probably Early Qing Dynasty, Chenghua mark, c1750, with stand (4 of 8)
Chinese Imperial Yellow Porcelain Bottle Vase with Dragons, Probably Early Qing Dynasty, Chenghua mark, c1750, with stand (5 of 8)
Chinese Imperial Yellow Porcelain Bottle Vase with Dragons, Probably Early Qing Dynasty, Chenghua mark, c1750, with stand (6 of 8)
Chinese Imperial Yellow Porcelain Bottle Vase with Dragons, Probably Early Qing Dynasty, Chenghua mark, c1750, with stand (7 of 8)
Chinese Imperial Yellow Porcelain Bottle Vase with Dragons, Probably Early Qing Dynasty, Chenghua mark, c1750, with stand (8 of 8)
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Chinese Imperial Yellow Porcelain Bottle Vase with Dragons, Probably Early Qing Dynasty, Chenghua mark, c1750, with stand

REF: LA334920
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Size: 15 cm tall with stand, 13 cm without. Condition: There is a tiny fleabite on the bottom rim which may well be from manufacture. There is a tiny crack on the rim only visible under an eyeglass. This appears to run about 5mm into the neck, but it is too faint to photograph. Other than this the vase and stand are both in excellent condition. This delicate vase in Imperial yellow has incised designs of two four footed dragons in clouds, each chasing a flaming pearl, a common Chinese theme. The rim and base have an incised stylised leaf border. The vase is in porcelain, with a fairly deep turned foot, and the yellow glaze runs into the vase but some unfired porcelain can be seen inside the neck. The painted underglaze blue mark (a little blue-black in tone) on the base, inside a single ring, is the reign mark for the Chenghua Emperor, Ming Dynasty (1464-1487). This is almost certainly an apocryphal mark, however, and the vase is probably 18th century, possibly Kangxi period (1662-1722). The footrim is unglazed, the base glazed and the fellow glaze has pooled at the base of the belly, around the foot, which is typical of this ware. The colour is a bit uneven around the neck. Please note that there is definitely no restoration to the neck - the slight crazing to the glaze runs right through.

measurements

15 cm tall with stand, 13 cm without.

declaration

Chester's Farm Antiques has clarified that the Chinese Imperial Yellow Porcelain Bottle Vase with Dragons, Probably Early Qing Dynasty, Chenghua mark, c1750, with stand (LA334920) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c1750

condition

There is a tiny fleabite on the bottom rim which may well be from manufacture. There is a tiny crack on the rim only visible under an eyeglass. This appears to run about 5mm into the neck, but it is too faint to photograph. Other than this the vase and stand are both in excellent condition.

additional info

Material:
Porcelain
Artisan:
-
Date of Manufacture:
c1750

delivery

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location

This Chinese Imperial Yellow Porcelain Bottle Vase with Dragons, Probably Early Qing Dynasty, Chenghua mark, c1750, with stand is located in Nottingham, United Kingdom

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