Price

£3000.00

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Chinese early 18th century Famille Verte tapering porcelain ovoid jar, made during the reign of the Emperor Kangxi at the kilns at Jingdezhen for export to Europe.
Painted with four panels alternating between a jardinière of flowers and climbing flowers with insects and butterflies with hollow rock at the bottom.
The panels are separated by narrow bands of green with flower heads.  There is a ruyi head shaped band on the shoulder and a lappet band around the base 
The original lid has been replaced by a pierced wooden lid

Dimensions

21.5cm

Price

£3000.00

Condition report

Over all very good small damage around the rim under the lid

Stock number

6312

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