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Chinese garniture with flower vases

This Chinese export porcelain garniture consist of one cylindrical trumpet vase and two matching baluster vases. The decoration of the vases consist of a flower vase on a pedestal as well as flowers and a fruit basket. The decoration is surrounded along the rim and the foot by an ornamental band. The trumpet vase has an attractive brown rim. The two other vases have an unglazed rim, which suggests that they may have once had a lid, which is as usual no longer present. This garniture dates from the the reign of the Chinese emperor Qianlong (1736-1795), around 1750. The height of the vases is almost 4.5 inches (about 11 cm).

Excellent, with one baluster vase being perfect and the other baluster vase having only a small 0.2-inch chip to the rim. In addition, the trumpet vase has a 0.75-inch flake chip to the rim.

Qianlong, circa 1750.

Price $725 (entire set)

Please refer to item no. 3KE053 when making inquiries.

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