Live Auction, 7 October 2019

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Lot 208
A Chinese yellow ground bottle vase, late Republic period

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R 30 000 - 40 000
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A Chinese yellow ground bottle vase, late Republic period


the compressed globular body enamelled with four iron-red bats amongst peaches, peonies, lilies, Buddhist emblems and scrolling foliage against a yellow ground above a ruyi lappet border, the shoulders with blue-line Greek key fret borders, the tapering neck with flared rim similarly decorated, gilt rim, raised on a circular foot, underglaze-blue six-character mark within a double blue-line border, apocryphal Yongzheng mark, 29,2cm high

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