Two Glazed Porcelain Bottles
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Two Glazed Porcelain Bottles, China, 20th century, a teadust-glazed bottle vase, globular body with long neck and dish-shape mouth, resting on a slightly splayed foot, decorated with raised rings to neck and belly; and an oxblood-glazed bottle, pear-shape with waisted neck and trumpet mouth, resting on a short waisted stem foot, white-glazed interior and base, both with six-character Qianlong marks, ht. to 11 3/4 in.
in good condition.
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