Glazed ceramic. China, Qing dynasty to 20th century
All pieces have a black-brown glaze and a yellow, numbered label from the Fischer Foundation. The vase is double-gourd shaped and shows a gleaming black glaze with shimmering blue spots. The foot is unglazed. One of the smaller vessels looks quite similar and has three arched handles from the shoulder to the mouth. There are some drops from the glaze around the unglazed foot. The brownblack vessel, with a bulbous neck and one handle, is also unglazed around the foot and has several fine openings in the foot. The smallest piece has a flared mouth, two handles and a brilliant black glaze.
Dimensions: HEIGHT 8.4-15.7 CM
Condition: Good, age-related condition; minor glaze faults, etc.
Provenance: From the collection of Juergen L. Fischer, Ascona