Peachbloom Water Coupe, China, 18th century, of beehive form, depicting three incised archaic stylized dragon roundels under the soft pink glaze with finely mottled crushed strawberry red, the glaze with a small, green area rising to the white-rimmed mouth, a six-character Kangzi mark to the base, with a finely carved huanghuali stand, ht. 3 1/2 in.
Provenance: The estate of Walter F. Goodman.
a chip to the rim, wear and tear with surface scratches to some areas, glazing flaws with a spotty pockmark and an open bump due to clay impurities, pockmarks to base, the wood stand with minor repair.
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