Two Porcelain Bottle Vases, China, 20th century, a bulbous monochrome sky blue-glazed amphora vase, with cylindrical neck and flared mouth, resting on a bisque foot ring, white-glazed interior and base; and a mallet-shape white porcelain bottle, with a slightly flaring cylindrical neck and rolled rim, decorated about the shoulder with two stylized cloud designs in mauve and iron red glaze, both with six-character Kangxi mark on base, ht. to 8 in.
overall in good condition with clay impurities to bottle, surface scratches to blue vase.
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