Qing Dynasty Chinese porcelain vase is finely potted in Chinese traditional YuHuChun shape vessel, 'the pear shaped' bottle vase, a bottom-heavy body tapered gracefully to slender waisted neck flaring at the rim, supported on short spreading foot ring. The decorations show a spontaneous, naturalistic style, painted in various tones and shades of blue vigorous dragons amidst dense of scrolling tendril motifs. The neck encircled by upright plantain leaves, above bands of floral ribbons and pendants pattern. Borders of thin lines incised near the top and foot rims and a clear blue color on a very white paste are characteristic features.
Mark on base, six blue script -KaiShu- Characters enclosed within double fine rings, YongZheng Reign Period of Great Qing.
Dimensions: 11-1/2" H x 6-1/2"Dia