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Rare Early 19C Biscuit Porcelain Dragon Vase Daoguang

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1900: Item # 1007709

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 Sold to China - March 2011 售至中国 - 2011年3月 
A very rare pear-shaped vase - Yuhuchunping - finely painted with black enamel on "biscuit" (un-glazed) porcelain depicting two five clawed dragons above waves, and amongst clouds and flames, in pursuit of pearls. This item was probably made during the reign of the Daoguang emperor (1821-1850) and is possibly a reject from the imperial kilns. For a very similar item please see Daoguang mark and period seal paste box - lot no 230 Christies London, Tues,4 November 2008. Condition there is a light body hairline (see enlargement 7); a chip to the surface (enlargement 4) and an undamaged bubble on the face of one of the dragons (enlargement 12). 22.5cm (8.9inches)high.

19世纪早期 素胎黑釉龙纹玉壶春瓶 清道光