Description: The vase potted in shape of a phoenix tail, Chinese porcelain traditional yen yen shape. The beaker having baluster shaped body, with bulging belly, trumpet-shaped neck are painted in tones of rich underglaze cobalt-blue with deer and cranes within waterside and misty mountainous landscape. Three fine rings banded on the collar. Fu bats motif ribbon encircling the rim and foot. The underglaze blue are stable with subtle shades. The Lines of the drawings are clear; the light and dark shades are subtle. The edge of the foot base rim left pale-creme unglazed with firing spot marks. Elegantly displayed upon a carved hardwood stand. Mark on Base, double blue fine rings (KangXi's Reign Mark)
Dimensions: Dimension: 18-5/8" H x
Date: Qing Dynasty
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Provenance: PROVENANCE: Tennessee Prominent private collector, a downsizing estate sale in 2015
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