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Blue and White Chinoiserie Qing Dynasty Ancestor Vase
Blue and White Chinoiserie Qing Dynasty Ancestor Vase
Blue and White Chinoiserie Qing Dynasty Ancestor Vase
Blue and White Chinoiserie Qing Dynasty Ancestor Vase
Blue and White Chinoiserie Qing Dynasty Ancestor Vase
Blue and White Chinoiserie Qing Dynasty Ancestor Vase
Blue and White Chinoiserie Qing Dynasty Ancestor Vase
Blue and White Chinoiserie Qing Dynasty Ancestor Vase
Blue and White Chinoiserie Qing Dynasty Ancestor Vase

Blue and White Chinoiserie Qing Dynasty Ancestor Vase

Regular price $375.00 Sale

Blue and White Chinoiserie Qing Dynasty Ancestor Vase is a beautiful high quality unmarked Chinese vase made in the style of Qing dynasty with Scholars in a landscape motif. We love its unique shape, lively design and beautiful blue green glaze. Since this piece is unmarked it is difficult to date.

This item in excellent condition and was purchased from an estate sale. 

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DIMENSIONS: 10" Diameter x 11" H

ORIGIN: China, purchased Estate Sale in New York

CIRCA: Unknown, unmarked 

FACTS & HISTORY: As a rule Chinese export porcelain from the 18th century doesn’t have any marks. Most 19th century export pieces also lack marks. Genuine marks will only to be found on porcelain made in the Imperial Kilns for the reigning Chinese Emperor.

During the 19th and 20th century a great deal of Chinese porcelain was exported and they have many different marks. These pieces were intended for the home market and marks were added to match the general design of the piece and of course to add value. Most common are seal marks in a red square. Second most common are four character marks in blue and white, such as the four character Kangxi mark