23. A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE “DRAGON” JAR AND COVER, QING DYNASTY, GUANGXU PERIOD, LATE 19TH CENTURY, KANGXI MARK.

Origin: China, Guangxu period, around 1890-1910.
Jar of baluster form, painted around the exterior with a pair of ferocious five-clawed dragons writhing amongst scrolling clouds, in pursuit of a 'flaming pearl', above a rock at the foot, the rim painted with a border of lingzhi, the cover surrounded with a finial and decorated with scrolling clouds. On the base underglaze four-character Kangxi mark.
Dimensions: height – 26 cm, without the lid – 20,2 cm, diameter on top – 8,9 cm, bottom – 13,6 cm, diameter of the lid – 13,1 cm.

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Estimate 1000-1200 EUR

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