A Chinese scroll stand - Iron red - Porcelain - Bats, auspicious symbols, flowers, ruy heads - 'Bats' vase - China - Guangxu (1875-1908)

Description
A Chinese scroll stand - Iron red - Porcelain - Bats, auspicious symbols, flowers, ruy heads - 'Bats' vase - China - Guangxu (1875-1908)
Good condition, see description - 29×12.2×12.2 cm

A rare 19th century scroll stand, Xianfeng (1851-1861) mark and of the period. Extensively painted to the exterior in iron red: alternating auspicious symbols under bats and flowers, band of ruy heads under the top-rim.

Bats represent good luck and longevity related to the Five Blessings; of longevity, wealth, health, virtuousness, and a peaceful end. The symbolic value of the color of red, enhances the "good luck".

Four character Qianlong seal-mark to the base, but Guangxu (1875-1908) period.

Dimensions:
Height - 29 cm, diameter - 12,2 cm.
Weight - 1116 g.

Conditions report:
Good condition. Hairline from top rim, minor firing faults, age-related wear to the painted decoration. No chips, no restorations. UV and strong white light tested.

We deliver to China with Austrian Post. Estimated delivery time 10-14 working days. We combine deliveries - buy more, pay for one shipment only!

Lot details
Object
A Chinese scroll stand
Technique
Handpainted
Material
Porcelain
Period
Guangxu (1875-1908)
Region/ Country of origin
China
Attribution
Original
Theme/ depiction
Bats, auspicious symbols, flowers, ruy heads
Decor/ ware
Iron red
Title of artwork
'Bats' vase
Condition
Good condition, see description
Dimensions
29×12.2×12.2 cm
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