A fine and exceedingly rare early 18th century Yongzheng mark and period Chinese celadon glazed porcelain vase, beautifully potted and boldly carved around the body with large flower blossoms and leafy scrolls, the tall cylindrical neck rising to a wide wavy mouth rim with a raised banding encircling the mid section, covered allover with a good and even lustrous glaze stopping neatly above the foot ring, the underside also glazed celadon and inscribed with the Yongzheng seal mark and is of the period. (Wooden stand not included)
NOTE : Although the present vase most likely falls in the category of "minyao" and not Imperial, but finding one with a nicely written Yongzheng seal mark is still exceptionally rare.
DATE : Chinese, Qing Dynasty, mark and period of Yongzheng (1723 – 1735).
MARK : underglazed-blue four-character Yongzheng seal mark on base.
SIZE : approximately 9" (22.8 cm) high.
CONDITION : in perfect condition, some tiny production iron spots only. No chips, no cracks, and no repairs.
SHIPPING : Inclusive.