A MASSIVE PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE JARS AND COVERS 19TH CENTURY In Kangxi style, the swelling sides tapering to a flat base, decorated with an overall pattern of shaped panels showing landscapes or flowering plants reserved on a blue ground of scrolling chrysanthemum vine, a classic border on the short necks and the domed covers surmounted by Buddhist lion knops 33¾ in. (85.7 cm.) high (4). Price Realized (Set Currency) USD17,500
Porcelain jar of guan form with rounded body, thick mouth rim and animal masks on the shoulders, pierced to hold metal rings. There is a diaper band in underglaze cobalt blue round the lip and a scroll of chrysanthemum in underglaze cobalt blue round the neck, a band of lotus panels with auspicious emblems in underglaze cobalt blue on shoulder above a band containing phoenixes flying amid lotus scrolls, large scrolling flowers on the body, and lappets on the lower section. Yuan Dynasty.
Qing dynasty five-colour (五彩) porcelain vase. Multiple dragons can be found on the vase. Dragon was an exclusive symbol for the emperor in the past. The vase was probably a collection from the palace. Mark of Qianlong at the bottom of the vase. Qianlong was an emperor in the Qing dynasty. The vase has been well kept in the past and therefore it is in a very good condition. <br> <br> A beautiful addition to your collection! <br> <br> Measurements: Height 37cm (14.6IN) Width 25cm (9.8IN)
A Large Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Covered Jar, early Kangxi Period (1662-1722), baluster body painted overall with alternating landscape and 'antiques' panels beneath a wide lotus scroll band at the neck, domed cover decorated with alternating floral and landscape panels radiating from a bud knop, height 23 1/2 in.