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Fine Pair of Large Green Glazed Porcelain Bottle Vases

Ca: Late 18th / Early 19th century


Finely and thinly potted, and of beautiful form. Each decorated overall in a uniform camellia leaf green glaze of emerald tone, with a characteristic fine and minute craquelure. The mouths dressed in a brownish finish to simulate metal. Of unusual large size and elegant form.

Height: 18 inches (45.8 cm.)
Ex: Private American Collection
Ex: Ira and Nancy Koger Collection (acquired from our gallery in the early 1970’s).
Ex Collection: Mrs. Harry Payne Bingham
Ex: Col. Oliver H. Payne Collection
Ex: Duveen Brothers, New York
Exhibited on loan: Metropolitan Museum of Art
With collection labels including a Chinese collection label to one on the underfoot and museum inscriptions.

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