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Lot 52: SMALL CONG VASE

Fine Asian Art

by Galerie Zacke Vienna

19 November 2016

Vienna, Vienna, Austria

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Description: Porcelain. China, late Qing to Republic, approx. 19th cent. – beginning 20th cent.

A formal, interesting little vase in form of an angular cong, a ritual object from the Neolithic Era. The archaic cong were of jade and had no bottom, the form as vase developed first much later. Green-grey Celadon glaze, for cong typical ribbing was hier designed after bagua – the Eight Mystic Trigrams. On bottom is a blue retrospective Six Character Mark in seal script Da Qing Qianlong nian zhi 大清 乾隆 年製. Very good condition.
HEIGHT 14 CM
From an Irish-Czech private collection
青瓷琮形小瓶。中國,清代末期至民國時期。約19世紀至20世紀初。高14厘米。

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