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Lot 1048
Group of Three Chinese Sang-de-Boeuf Porcelain Vases

first half 20th century, one of baluster form with shallow neck and splayed foot, and two of ovoid form, each with an even deep scarlet "sang-de-boeuf" glaze to the exterior.
h. 15-3/4" to 16-1/2", w. 8-3/4" to 10"

Provenance: From the collection of Buford and Veda Nichols, Houston, Texas.

Condition

Each in overall fair and stable condition. 1. Baluster form: two hairline cracks to rim, running into the glaze. Scratches and grazes to the exterior glaze throughout, some quite significant. The foot rim with multiple chips and nibbles. 2. Ovoid form: has a hairline crack to the rim, with scuffing and scratches to the exterior throughout. Multiple chips and nibbles to the foot rim. 3. Ovoid form: some scratches and scuffing to the exterior glaze. Has significant chips to the foot rim throughout.

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Three Chinese Sang-de-Boeuf Porcelain Vases

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