Price

£8500.00

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Chinese early 18th century famille verte Brush pot made at Jingdezhen during the reign of the Emperor Kangxi, painted in overglaze enamels and orange paint 
The painting shows Kui Xing - The god of Examinations - running after some books while holding a brush and ingot. The books are floating in a celestial constellation and another smaller group further round 
Kui Xing is running over a rocky terrain
The base is slightly convex with a recessed medallion to the centre. There is a painted red inscription in traditional chinese

Private Gloucestershire Collection  For similar see lot 371 Sothebys march 2018 The Jie Rui Collection

Dimensions

14.5cm tall 11cm diameter

Price

£8500.00

Condition report

Two glaze lines to the outside and a hair line crack to the side as shown in the photograph

Stock number

JC26

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