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Katalognummer: AK0220-458
A PAIR OF DEHUA BEAKER VASES, GU
China, 17th – 18th century. The tall cylindrical bodies rising from spreading feet to trumpet mouthes, with rounded central sections, each between four thin molded fillets, the fine white bodies covered in warm ivory glazes.

Condition: One vase with a short hairline of 1cm to lip, the other with a small chip of 1cm to base repaired. Overall very good condition with old wear, traces of use and some kiln grit and firing flaws.
Provenance: From a French private collection. Old collector’s inventory number “P.2.25” painted to the base of one of the vases. Old paper label at the side of the other vase.

Weight: 691.9 and 695.2 g.
Dimensions: Height 25 cm each.

The recessed bases each with a studio mark in a rectangular reserve, the foot rim and parts of the interior unglazed. (2)

Auction result comparison: Compare with a related dehua gu at Sotheby’s New York on March 20th, 2019, in Important Chinese Art, lot 743.

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