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Exceedingly rare, and unusually large Rouleau Vase decorated in bright pink enamel. Pink-enamel is one of the rarest of the Chinese enamels, owing to the high gold content, and was only produced at the Imperial kilns at Jingdezhen, or within the walls of the Forbidden City. This large Rouleau vase bears the mark of the Kangxi Emperor, we believe it to be Kangxi or Qing dynasty. This glaze is very rare and the best examples are in the best Museum and Private collections. The rose colored glaze was a low-fired glaze known as Rose du Barry in the West, it was adopted in the late Kangxi period and used during the Yongzheng-Qianlong period. The property of a Distinguished Collector in the Adirondacks of New York. Height: 18 Inches (45.8 cm) Diameter 7 1/4 Inches (18.4 cm)


Good, some flaws in the glaze. There is a chip on the inside of the mouth of the vessel with a small area of loss to the exterior. There is an associated damage, with hairlines across from the chip.

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Important and Rare Kangxi Pink-Enameled Rouleau Vase

Estimate $5,000 - $10,000Nov 15, 2015