Pair Chinese porcelain wall plaques vases. Angular body that bulges outward rising into a slender neckline that open with a flared rim. Splayed foot base keeps this vase from tipping over easily. Amazing pudding stones motif glaze perfectly featured on the neck and body.
Two scrolling archaic dragon ears flanked on the neck downward to the shoulder. The central image hand painting is decorated of mountain landscape scene, enclosed within Quatre-foil ruyi shaped cartouche. Both vases inlaid unto wooden framed panels, with dense of scrolling clouds diaper. The clay is very fine, with a brilliant glaze finish that was applied by a meticulous craftsman.
The Under-base bears a reign mark, a six underglaze iron red script characters reign mark, Made of the years Qianlong Reign Period of Great Qing Dynasty.
Measurements: 18-1/4" H x 19" W
From the collections of Mrs. Gillilan estates from Kensington, W. These items were purchased by a prominent antiques collector in June of 1925 from HAMPTON & SONS on the premises. Seeking historical and collectible items he attended numerous auctions and estate sales in the area.
The same provenance collections offered at this Auctions can be found on Lot-30 Through Lot-56.
Over all in EXCELLENT Condition. Natural wood imperfection, wood joint mark, minor scratches and dents.
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