China, Republic period (1912-1949) or slightly later. Of rounded rectangular form, with cylindrical neck, flat lip, and an oval foot. The interior finely painted displaying a forest scene with two tigers, as well as an inscription and seal marks painted in red, the reverse depicting a recumbent tiger with its head raised.
Condition: Very good condition with minimal wear, minor nibbling to the lip and stopper, and manufacturing irregularities.
Provenance: Hungarian private collection.
Stopper: Glass in imitation of jadeite
Weight: 48.7 g
Dimensions: Height including stopper 81 mm. Diameter neck 18 mm and mouth 8 mm
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