A Chinese mille fleur porcelain baluster vase with a flared mouth over a tall neck with flattened stylized animal head handles on either side. The vase is decorated with a dense design of flower heads on a golden background. The base with a six character mark of Qianlong in red together with other illegible characters on a turquoise ground. The inside is glazed in turquoise. Thinly potted.
Size: Approximately 28 cm high by 14 cm diameter (includes handles)
Age: Qing Dynasty
Condition: There is a section where the turquoise glaze has skipped on the inside of the vase at the top rim. There is repair on the top rim. The gilt on the top rim has some wear, as well as to the enamels on the vase.