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LOT 0294

QING QIANLONG TEA DUST GLAZED VASE

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Measurements: Width: 25.8 cm, Height: 33.6 cm

Chinese Qing Dynasty Qianlong Tea Dust Glazed Vase Porcelain Vase. Potted in shape Vase, thick and tall, globular lower body, cylindrical neck, close mouth rim, raised on a short small round foot base slight concave. Warm and uniform Tea Dust Glazed glaze applied to the surface, only the outer bottom is white glazed. Tea powder glaze is one of the important varieties of iron crystal glaze in ancient China. The Iridescent Green pale, gilt splashes and streaks characteristic of this glaze are described as yao bian, or transmutation glaze and resulting from transmutation of colloidal copper, iron, or other metallic materials into suffusions breaking up the glaze surface.The Under-base bears a reign mark, a four under glazed blue script characters reign mark. Made in The Years QianLong Reign Period of The Great Qing Dynasty.
Condition Report: In EXCELLENT condition over all. All lots are sold as is and where is. LAUREN Galleries provides condition reports upon request to aide in your bidding decision. No statement regarding age, condition, kind, value, or quality of a lot, whether made orally at the auction or at any other time, or in writing in this catalog or elsewhere, shall be construed to be an express or implied warranty, representation, or assumption of liability. All sales are final, LAUREN Galleries does not give refunds based on condition. LAUREN Galleries does not perform any shipping or packing services. We do have a list of suggested shippers who gladly provide quotes prior to your bidding. Please visit our webpage for a list of recommended shippers.

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Measurements: Width: 25.8 cm, Height: 33.6 cm

Chinese Qing Dynasty Qianlong Tea Dust Glazed Vase Porcelain Vase. Potted in shape Vase, thick and tall, globular lower body, cylindrical neck, close mouth rim, raised on a short small round foot base slight concave. Warm and uniform Tea Dust Glazed glaze applied to the surface, only the outer bottom is white glazed. Tea powder glaze is one of the important varieties of iron crystal glaze in ancient China. The Iridescent Green pale, gilt splashes and streaks characteristic of this glaze are described as yao bian, or transmutation glaze and resulting from transmutation of colloidal copper, iron, or other metallic materials into suffusions breaking up the glaze surface.The Under-base bears a reign mark, a four under glazed blue script characters reign mark. Made in The Years QianLong Reign Period of The Great Qing Dynasty.
Condition Report: In EXCELLENT condition over all. All lots are sold as is and where is. LAUREN Galleries provides condition reports upon request to aide in your bidding decision. No statement regarding age, condition, kind, value, or quality of a lot, whether made orally at the auction or at any other time, or in writing in this catalog or elsewhere, shall be construed to be an express or implied warranty, representation, or assumption of liability. All sales are final, LAUREN Galleries does not give refunds based on condition. LAUREN Galleries does not perform any shipping or packing services. We do have a list of suggested shippers who gladly provide quotes prior to your bidding. Please visit our webpage for a list of recommended shippers.

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