A fine and rare 18th century Chinese Dehua Blanc-De-Chine porcelain libation cup, the small size vessel in archaistic "Ju" form applied with a single handle to one side and supported on animal-mask tripod legs, moulded with four square panels around the body each separated by raised vertical ridges, a band of key-frets below the top rim, covered allover with a fine white glaze. (Wooden stand NOT included)
DATE : Chinese, Qing Dynasty, circa 18th century.
MARK : no mark or signature.
SIZE : approximately 2 3/8" (6 cm) high; 3 1/4" (8.3 cm) maximum width.
CONDITION : in perfect condition; tiny production firing spots to inside; some tiny production firing faults to extremities and firing fissures to base of legs. No chips or any other damage, and no repairs.
SHIPPING : Inclusive.