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|Held with Foo Dog Rouleau Vase|
Posted By: Elke
Posted Date: Jan 05, 2016 (10:21 AM)
I bought this nice Rouleau Vase the other day. The item is 25 cm/10 inch high, weight is 750 gramm. The basic colour of the pottery is again not real withe, but more gray-blueish, "goose-egg-shell-coloured".
It is designed with an impressive well-painted powder-red Foo Dog, with green enameled eyes, there is another small green enameled dragon/foo dog beneath it. There are also some chinese inscriptions on the backside and a seal, maybe a poem or something written about the painter/date?
It has a neatly written four-character Kangxi mark in a blue double ring underneath, all in underglazed blue. But I think it should be 19.th century, or even newer?
Opinions and informations of the knowing wellcomed!
Thank you very much.
Greetz, Elke from Germany