September 15, 2018 09:00 AM EDT Asheville, North Carolina


Chinese White Glazed 18th Century Vase

Qianlong period, round slightly flared footed vase tapering to a bulbous shoulder, wide short neck, impressed and incised decoration on body of palm leaf border at base, floral and foliate scrolling decoration on body with a ruyi border at shoulder and at rim, inventory label reads "FC 1240", 5 in.

Note: Accompanying item is the consignor's receipt of purchase from CT Loo, dated 1959.  This reads in part, "Ch'ien Lung: 1735-1795/Inventory #FC-1240/Price $70"  The piece states that the vase and stand measure 8 ins., so it is believed that this is not the original wooden stand that came with the piece, since it has a different inventory number.

Provenance:with receipt from C.T. Loo, New York, NY, dated January 8, 1959; Private Sarasota, Florida Collection


minimal interior staining, firing anomaly on inside of ring foot, with later discoloration 

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000
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