Description: The Large Chinese gilt bronze and cloisonne enamel vase is cast in globular body, with rounded shoulder, raised on a splayed foot base, gently toward the prominent tall neck supporting the banded wide opening; The vase finely decorated with detail cloisonne works design of continuous "hundred deer's" scene in forest mountainous landscape. The neck decorated with The Eight Buddhist Symbols interspersed with dense of colorful lotus scrolling tendril, all against pale-turquoise-blue enameled ground. Multiple banded with gilt rings on rim, shoulder, foot, and rim base. Mark on base, protruding six gilt script -KaiShu- characters enclosed within rectangular frame border, QianLong Reign Period of Great Qing.
Dimensions: Dimension: 29"H x 17" Diam
Medium: bronze, gold, cloisonne, enamel
Date: Qing Dynasty
Condition Report: Traced numerous tiny-holes of corrosions on enamel filling, No missing wires found on cloisonne works. With normal anomalies in nature, sign of stressed surface, minor scratch & dents, and trace of declined on gilt. Normal, consider ages and wear. Over all in excellent condition.
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Provenance: PROVENANCE: From the collection of a retired U.S. Naval aviator stationed at Pensacola at his time of retirement. Having been stationed at numerous area around the globe his search for desirable antiques was an ongoing challenge. The estate is now being liquidated by his heirs for the continuing support of his wife.
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