Chinese Kangxi Period Double Gourd Vase Blue White Cafe Au Lait Glaze Porcelain
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Chinese Kangxi Period Double Gourd Vase Blue White Cafe Au Lait Glaze Porcelain:
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This sale is for a lovely antique Chinese porcelain double gourd vase or water sprinkler.
Made in the Kangxi Period of the Qing Dynasty.
Decorated with bands of flowering plants and precious objects in blue and white, above a cafe au lait glazed lower section.
About 6 inches tall.
About 213 grams.
Good condition as shown - some minor kiln glaze fritting at the mouth, otherwise fine.
NOTE, pictures taken in sun and shade - please look at all the pictures below.
Mrs. Mary Morrison, was a collector, former museum curator and lecturer on Asian art at the University of British Columbia, Canada. She also played an important role in creating theCanadian Society for Asian Arts which got its start in Vancouver in 1968. Over her lifetime, she collected a fabulous collection of Chinese antiques, mostly snuff bottles, and porcelain. Most of her pieces were collected between the 1940's - 70's in England and North America. We were lucky enough to purchase some of the nicer pieces which we are offering on . All the items are completely authentic. Authenticated by Ms. Morrison, and also vetted by ourselves. This is a rare opportunity to buy pieces collected over a lifetime, and kept until death, by an expert on Chinese porcelain.
The last picture shows other items from this collection we are listing on today.
I combine items whenever possible. In many cases it will cost very little more to add additional items to the same package. Rates are determined by Canadapost based on packagedimensionsand weight. We will ONLY ship by tracked mail.
Items can be returned if not as described. Obviously I do not want to have to deal with the hassle of a return, so I am very careful to accurately describe the item, and provide detailed photographs of every angle so you can see exactly what the item looks like.
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