Live Auction, 18 November 2019

Sold for

R 3 283
Lot 156
A Staffordshire 'chinoiserie' two-handled vase, 19th century

Lot Estimate
R 3 000 - 5 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
R 3 283

About this Item

A Staffordshire 'chinoiserie' two-handled vase, 19th century


the baluster body moulded and painted with recessed panels of oriental scenes enclosed by a royal-blue ground highlighted with orange flowerheads and gilt foliage, the shoulders moulded in relief with a pair of gilt and iron-red dragon handles, restoration, faux underglaze-blue six-character mark, 54,3cm high; and a Japanese Imari bowl, Meiji period 1868-1912, the centre painted with a ho-ho bird and dragon contesting a flaming pearl, the hexagonal body decorated with panels of Buddhist emblems, shi-shi and foliate motifs, damaged, 10cm high

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