Pair of Balustrade Porcelain Vases – Qing Dynasty China

Pair of Balustrade Porcelain Vases – Qing Dynasty China is an original manifacture with "Canton" decoration realized in China in the second half of the XIX century.

Pink Family Porcelain.

Provenance: Italian Family Private Collection.

Good conditions.

€12,500.00
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SKU
M-102691

Pair of Balustrade Porcelain Vases – Qing Dynasty China is an original manifacture with "Canton" decoration realized in China in the second half of the XIX century.

Pink Family Porcelain.

Provenance: Italian Family Private Collection.

Good conditions.

This is an original artwork with a cilindrical body and a convex mouth where two couples of sinuous dragons in relief appear. The decoration is enriched with polychrom enamels and gildings. It presents a floral carpet with butterflies and cartouches. The contour is lobed with female figures, flowers and birds.

The work was realized under the Qing, when traditional forms of art flourished and innovations occurred at many levels and in many types. High levels of literacy, a successful publishing industry, prosperous cities fed a lively and creative set of cultural fields. Yet the most impressive aesthetic works were made among the scholars and urban elite. Calligraphy and painting remained a central interest to court painters who considered the Four Arts part of their cultural identity and social standing.

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Year XIX Century
Dimensions (cm) 62
Subject Chinese Design , Decorative

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