A baluster shaped famille verte porcelain vase.
Qing dynasty, 19th century.
Height 43.5 cm.
Condition: Excellent original condition. Wear consistent with the age. No repair, no broken, no hairlines.
The condition has been checked with strong UV-light.
Our Guarantee: The above item is guarantee to be of the time period and condition as described, has been Imported/exported legally and is legal to buy and sell under all international lows to cultural patrimony.
- A Certificate of Authenticity from Becker Antiques (specialist in Chinese pottery art 1969, Amsterdam) will accompany the item.
- Privet collection Sweden
- Bukowskis auction house.
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It will be professionally packed and safely send in a wooden crate by FedEx.
Buyers are responsible for import regulation and restrictions of their own country
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Becker Antiques main field covers ceramics – pottery funerary figures (dated from the Han through the Ming dynasties), Buddhist sculptures and other Chinese works of art. Our other sections are Asian works of art – concerns objects from Japan and South East Asian countries including bronze, stone and wooden sculptures, Chinese furniture from the Qing Dynasty and of course occasional other items.
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- Qing Dynastie (1644-1911)
- Regio / land van herkomst
- Titel kunstwerk
- A very large baluster shaped famille verte porcelain vase, H- 43,5 cm.
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