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A magnificent and rare 18th century Chinese ox-blood glazed porcelain vase, the impressive size vase superbly potted in classic "Yuhuchunping" form, the globular body rising to a trumpet mouth, covered allover with a fine and even deep ox-blood color glaze, the top opening fitted with an old Japanese white metal (possibly silver) band with floral decoration, base glazed white with tanning caused by original firing. (Wooden stand not included).
NOTE : Due to lighting conditions and different monitors, color of this vase may not be as bright red as the photos depicted, the actual color is a dark liver-red tone.
DATE : Chinese, Qing Dynasty, 18th century, Yongzheng / Qianlong period.
MARK : no base mark or signature.
SIZE : approximately 16 1/8" (41 cm) high.
CONDITION : in excellent condition; fitted metal rim; minor wear to glaze and abrasion; light star form glaze hairlines to base most likely from original firing; small fritting to foot rim and tiny production glaze dimples noted for accuracy only. No other damage or repair.
SHIPPING : Inclusive.