Pair of Famille Jaune Eggshell Porcelain Vases
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Pair of Famille Jaune Eggshell Porcelain Vases, China, late 19th century, oviform with rounded shoulder, waisted neck, and flaring mouth with rim in the shape of a shallow dish, resting on a short raised foot, the body painted with landscapes, adult figures and boys, and flowers in a series of variously shaped panels against a yellow ground filled with lotus scrolls, bats, and lanterns, a ruyi lappet under the mouth rim, an upright lappet and a pink band of geometric design encircling the shoulder, a stylized lappet around the bottom, four-character Qianlong mark in a square on base, ht. 8 1/8 in.
one with traces of repairs to foot and base; the other with a tiny chip to mouth rim, repairs to foot ring.
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