Description: The porcelain Chinese Gu porcelain vases, delicately potted with tall shaped vessel, bulbous belly, tall neck toward the over flared rim, raised upon splayed prominent foot base. Decorated in colorful Famille Rose style, painted densely with rococo floral foliage and bajixiang, the Eight Buddhist emblems over jaune underglaze ground. Adorned with auspicious pattern banded on the rim, shoulder, and foot. The colors are soft, harmonious, elegant and exquisite. The underside and interior covered in pale-turquoise-green glaze. Mark on the collar, a seal mark, with six iron-red seal script -ZhuanShu- Characters enclosed within rectangular frame border, QianLong Reign Period of Great Qing.
Dimensions: Dimension: 11.5"H x 6-5/8" Diam (each)
Date: Qing Dynasty
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