Chinese Qing dynasty Kangxi period oval form cabinet vase with wide, round shoulders tapering to a narrow base, short upright neck, and white glazed mouth. The vase is covered overall with a speckled iron-rust monochrome glaze intended to simulate bronze. The glaze stops neatly above the unglazed foot rim. The interior and the base are both glazed. The glaze extends up the interior edge of the foot rim. A Kangxi attribution is visible on an old collector’s label adhered to the bottom. 4 1/4” high. 17th/18th century. Very good overall condition except for a small cluster of old brown cracks at the white mouth rim that extends down slightly onto the neck. This vase is from an old Scottsdale, Arizona collection.