Asian & Middle Eastern Art / Chinese Art
A Longquan celaond vase
of baluster form, the ovoid body supporting a trumpet neck and freely carved with blossoming lotus flower, all under the crackled olive glaze, drilled, fitted wood stand, some chips and damage
c. Ming dynasty (1368-1644)
NOTES ON CONDITION
The carving is nice, but it has been drilled for electricity and there is some damage to the foot rim together with pock marks.
Height 43 cm
RETURNS AND SHIPPING
Returns accepted at the buyers expense 14 days. Worldwide postage available.