CHINESE STONEWARE FOUR-HANDLED VASE:
May be a Chinese porcelain from the Jingdezhen kilns, dating to the late 19th century. Its blue interior glaze may be an indicator that it is of the Jingdezhen Kilns era. This vase is a stunning example of the oxblood glaze technique. It is an apple-shaped vessel with four handles at the shoulder and a trumpeted mouth having an overall ox blood red flow glaze with crazed pale blue interior glaze.
This piece is in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks. and with its beauty, this Flared Four-handled Bottle Vase is a must-have for any collector of Chinese porcelain. Displays beautifully.
Probably the 19th century but could be very early 20th century; unsigned.
Approx. 10" h x 8" in diameter.
Comparable Charish Vase Selling For $1,980
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