8120: Chinese Reticulated Enameled Vase, Republic
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Lot 8120 Details
Chinese reticulated polychrome enameled double-walled porcelain vase, Republic period, of flattened ovoid shape and molded to either side with a pair of large figural reserves with the features picked out in black and colored overglaze enamels and pierced cloud scrolls, further openwork on the sides applied with bat and cash-emblem garlands and on the neck with small landscape panels, the base with an apocryphal Qianlong mark, 11.25''h; Provenance: from the collection of Ann Hayes, the daughter of Methodist missionaries in Shanghai and acquired in 1920s/1930s, offered on behalf of her heirs
Vase: some thinning of the turquoise glaze at the rim; overall soiling in the recessed areas and on the unglazed base; otherwise no apparent chips, cracks, repairs and/or restorations
- 21% up to $70,000
- 12% above $70,000