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Yuan dynasty (1270-1368)

Longquan kilns, Zhejiang, China. 

D: 46cm

Robustly potted, the centre crisply incised with two flowering peony stems and leaves encircled by a wide band of flowerheads and scrolling foliage, paper label for Bluett & Sons with stock no.3191, London, 46cm.

Provenance: Sotheby's, 30th June 1937, lot 130, purchased by Bluett's for £11:10, and later sold to the London-based collector E M B Ingram. The collection of Andrew Williams Esq., Oxfordshire. 

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WEB1181

 

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A CHINESE LONGQUAN CELADON GU-SHAPED VASE

EARLY MING DYNASTY

With a plain body and a tall flared neck, decorated with an unctuous green glaze, 23.5cm.

Provenance: formerly from an English private collection, acquired in the mid 20th century. (5527)

WEB1171

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A pair of cylindrical vases.

W 100mm H 290mm

Ref: WEB1

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Hexagonal jar

W 100mm H 220mm

Ref: WEB2

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Octagonal jar

W 110mm H 200mm

Ref: WEB3

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Round jar

W 120mm H 220mm

Ref: WEB4

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Round vase with wooden lid

W 150mm H 280mm

Ref: WEB5

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Bulster Vase

W 155mm H 230mm

Ref: WEB6

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Ginger jar with pierced wooden lid (3697)

W 155mm H 280mm

Ref: WEB7

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Ginger jar with original domed lid

W 160mm H 350mm

Ref: WEB8

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