Tall Chinese bottle form vase having a globular body and long neck, covered in a reddish oxblood glaze thinning to celadon near the mouth. Fine overall crackle. Partial red export stamps at neck, paper Chinese export labels adhered to underside of base. 16 1/2"H (42 cm). Chinese, late Qing or early Republic Period (late 19th/early 20th century). Provenance: Nashville collection, acquired in New York City circa 1970. CONDITION: Some very light minor wear/glaze imperfections at neck rim and fine surface scratches; 1" area of scuffing to side.
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