Lot 250 , A Chinese Ge-type eight trigrams cong vase, Qianlong moulded seal mark, 19th/20th century, H. 9cm, chip to shoulder, wood stand
A Chinese Ge-type 'eight trigrams' cong vase, Qianlong moulded seal mark, 19th/20th century, H. 9cm, chip to shoulder, wood stand
Provenance - The owner and her family lived in Singapore in the late 1950s. The collection includes antique Chinese porcelain, jade and furniture her father bought from shops in Orchard Road, Singapore around 1955-59.
There is a shallow splinter chip to one corner of the shoulder which measures 8mm x 5mm maximum. There is also minute glaze loss to one of the corners of the foot. There is remnants of dirt to the interior, some minor staining to the exterior, otherwise in good condition, with no cracks visible. The wood stand is a good fit
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Sold for £460