Four Chinese Republic period porcelain vases, including one pair with white ground hand-enameled with brightly colored Birds of Paradise against a background of peonies, with black filigree style trim painted at necks and feet. Chinese inscription or verse on backs and iron red seal marks on bases. 7-1/2″H. Together with a smaller pair with white ground, hand-enameled with mountaintop pagoda or temple scenes, black filigree decoration at necks, verses on backs and iron red seal marks on bases. 4-1/8″H. All First half 20th century. Condition: Large vases: excellent condition. One of the small vases has a couple of firing flaws to back, other is in excellent condition.
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