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Object Number: 88-10-8A
Current Location: Collections storage
Culture:Chinese
Provenience: China
Period: Qing Dynasty
Kangxi
Date Made: Kangxi
Early Date: 1662
Late Date: 1722
Section:Asian
Materials:Porcelain
Glaze
Technique:Famille Verte
Iconography:Chrysanthemum
Flowers
Birds
Animals
Fish
Credit Line:Bequest of Robert C. Alexander, 1988
Other Number291 - Other Number

Description

Famille verte rouleau form vase with short stem neck and round moulded lip. Sloped shoulder decorated with overlapping diaper design with chrysanthemums. Body decorated with divided panels of flowers, birds, animals, Taotist symbols and fish. Round indented base. Interior white glaze. Unglazed footrim, double blue ring on bottom. Wooden base.


Current & Past Exhibitions:

Knowles-Alexander Porcelains (Rotunda Case Exhibit) (27 Oct 1988 - 18 Jan 2001)View Objects in Exhibition

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