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PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED IVORY VASES AND COVERS, intricately carved in low relief depicting continuous village scenes, flanked by mythological mask handles suspending loose rings, and the covers each surmounted by miniature mountains. Height 10 in.

PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED IVORY VASES AND COVERS, intricately carved in low relief depicting continuous village scenes, flanked by mythological mask handles suspending loose rings, and the covers each surmounted by miniature mountains. Height 10 in.

A large Longquan celadon carved baluster vase, China, Yuan dynasty (1279-1368)

A large Longquan celadon carved baluster vase, China, Yuan dynasty - Alain.

Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province, China - Pair of vases and covers, c.1700-20; French mount: early 18th and 19th century

Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province, China - Pair of vases and covers, French mount: early and century

Carving low-relief surface designs into wet clay.  This is adaptable to metal clays.

How to Carve Low-Relief Surface Designs into Wet Clay ~for bas relief assignment

Chinese Ming Dynasty Carved Floral Longquan Celadon Bowl 6.25''x1.5''. 15th/16th century.

Chinese Ming Dynasty Carved Floral Longquan Celadon Bowl 6.25''x1.5''. 15th/16th century.

PAIR OF CHINESE PARCEL GILT GREEN MONOCHROME VASES each of square tapered form, with shou emblems 38 cm. high

PAIR OF CHINESE PARCEL GILT GREEN MONOCHROME VASES each of square tapered form, with shou emblems 38 cm. high

Pair of vases mounts ca. 1760–70, porcelain early 18th century Chinese with French mounts

mounts ca. porcelain early century Culture:Chinese with French mounts Medium:Hard-paste porcelain; gilt-bronze mounts Dimensions:Each H. 12 in x 6 x 4 x x cm) Classification:Metalwork-Gilt Bronze

1740-1750 Chinese/French Vase (one of two) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "These blue green celadon vases bear the Chinese character shou ("long life") in low relief. Originally taller, the vases were cut down and mounted in Paris with scrolled and pierced handles, lip, and base. The mounts have been compared to work by Jean-Claude Duplessis père (ca. 1695–1774), a talented goldsmith, gilt-bronze worker, and porcelain designer."

These blue green celadon vases bear the Chinese character shou ("long life") in low relief. Originally taller, the vases were cut down and mounted in Paris with scrolled and pierced handles, lip, and base

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