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A SMALL CLOISONNE' ENAMEL AND GILT BRONZE LOTUS VASE, CHINA, QING DYNASTY, 18TH CENTURY, INCISED MARK AND OF THE PERIOD QIANLONG (1736-1795)
Cast with a cylindrical body resting on a straight short foot the sloping shoulders of the vase towards a narrower neck and a slightly protruding mouth rim, decorated in bright cloisonné enamels with lotus blooms borne on curling foliate stems, all against a bright turquoise ground, the base incised with a four characters horizontal reign mark. In very good condition very minute flakes on the enamels, some pitting, and light wear.
14,4 cm high, 5,1 cm wide
Estimate € 5,000 - 8,000
Provenance: from the important mansion in Rome of a Lombard noble Lady