China, 19th century. Consisting of two small lidded boxes formerly used to store seal paste and a bottle vase. One box painted with a dragon, the base with a four-character apocryphal Qianlong mark. The second box painted with a goose; the base marked Jiangxi. The bottle vase depicting abstract designs. (3)
Condition: Overall good condition. The vase with firing imperfections and a short hairline to lip that extends to the neck. The goose box with a tiny chip to base.
Provenance: Austrian Private collection.
Weight: 68 – 210 g.
Dimensions: 30 – 16.5 cm.