A Large and Exceptionally Rare Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Vase, Tianqiuping
Qianlong Seal Mark and of the Period
The body of globular form and decorated with a wide, continuous band of colorful lotus scroll with other flowers and interwoven ruyi-head forms, a lappet band at foot and with a yellow-ground, floral ruyi-form collar; the slightly concave neck decorated with upright leaves and dangling pendants issuing from ruyi-head band at mouth. Height 20 inches
Property of a Main Line Philadelphia Lady
Purchased by current owner in Philadelphia, 1970s
Etched inventory number of unknown origin '06414590 PA'
For a vase of identical form and decoration, presumably the pair, see Sotheby's New York, November 27, 1990: Lot 199 and most recently sold Poly Auctions Hong Kong, December 2, 2020: lot 911.
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