21st February 2013
A Chinese doucai porcelain globular jar, mark of Qianlong and possibly of the period, finely outlined in underglaze blue with slender stems of lotus alternating with narcissus over a lower frieze of the eight Buddhistic emblems, a third tier of flowers below, all communicating with each other between a frieze of flame-like lappets and a ruyi encircled rim, six character seal mark in underglaze blue to base, height approx 9cm.
Hammer price: £32,000
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