SOLD! for $1,920.00.
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- Low Estimate: $1,000.00
- High Estimate: $1,200.00
- Realized: $1,920.00
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Pair of late Qing Dynasty quatrefoil moon flask porcelain vases, modified as lamps; each with yellow ground and Famille Rose floral and geometric decoration to neck and sides; central vignettes outlined with blue fret design, finely enameled with opposing decoration of rooster and chicken in landscape to one side and plainer birds in landscape to reverse side; iron red figural Chilong style dragon handles to each side; mounted atop carved and pierced hardwood stand affixed to black and gold marble oval base. Later lamp hardware and Chinese style finials. Vases: 7" H (8 3/8" including stands) x 4" W x 2 1/2" D. Overall Lamps from bottom of vase to top of finials: 21" H. Provenance: private Middle Tennessee collection, has been in the family since the early 1900s. Condition: Bottoms likely drilled. Hairline at top of one vase where metal lamp support joins rim. Other lamp has roughness to design at foot where wood stand is affixed, suggesting possible repair. Finials are later and do not match.