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Chinese porcelain famille verte, wucai, rouge de fer and gilt large vase of rouleau form, Kangxi period, 1662-1722

Chinese porcelain famille verte, wucai, rouge de fer and gilt large vase of rouleau form, Kangxi period,

CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN TIBETAN STYLE EWER, DUOMUHU, Kangxi period. Cylindrical body with butterfly decoration on green ground. - 19 in. high.  This unusual form began to emerge in metal work and porcelain during the early Qing Dynasty when Emperor Kangxi renewed his interest in Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism. Although the form appeared as early as the Yuan Dynasty; it did not find favor during the Ming Dynasty.

CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN TIBETAN STYLE EWER, DUOMUHU, Kangxi period. Cylindrical body with butterfly decoration on green ground. - 19 in. high. This unusual form began to emerge in metal work and porcelain during the early Qing Dynasty when Emperor Kangxi renewed his interest in Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism. Although the form appeared as early as the Yuan Dynasty; it did not find favor during the Ming Dynasty.

Five-piece garniture, China, 1690, saved from the fire at Clandon Park. © National Trust Images/James Dobson.

Five-piece garniture, China, saved from the fire at Clandon Park, National Trust - Victoria & Albert Museum

Antique Chinese Porcelain Vase Early Ming dynasty - Real Rare Antiques

Antique Chinese Porcelain Vase Early Ming dynasty - Real Rare Antiques

Qing period. The vase is wide cylinder-shaped. The exterior is decorated with flowers and stems. The base is designed with four Chinese characters. 8 1/16 in. tall.

The vase is wide cylinder-shaped. The exterior is decorated with flowers and stems. The base is designed with four Chinese characters.

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