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A SMALL BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE, CHINA, QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD (1662-1722) AND ANOTHER WHITE AND UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND COPPER RED VASE, KANGXI MARK AND POSSIBLY OF THE PERIOD (2)
The smallest vase, of pear shape rising to the tall waisted neck and flared rim, supported on a splayed foot, depicted with blossoms flowers between rocks and flying birds and insect above a lapped petal band. The taller vase of pear shaped form rising up to a neck with a slightly flared edge supported on a high splayed foot, decorated with a continuous scene of flying insects and a dragonfly above floral plants and blossoms flowers between different rocks with a cock perched up, the base with a six-character reign mark in underglaze blue. Both in good conditions, with very minor enamel wear on the surface.
15,5 cm max high, 9,7 cm max wide
Estimate € 900 - 1,400
Provenance: from the private property of a lady in Turin