Chinese, Qing Dynasty Qianlong Period mark (1736-1795), likely later. A diminutive eggshell porcelain baluster vase decorated allover with inricate patterning of chrysanthemum blossoms amid meandering vines punctuated with mystical endless knots, the constricted foot with a band of lappets over straight foot bearing blue leiwen or meandering key, the incurvate shoulder with a band of hexagons under narrow neck with ruyi head scrolls and further chrysanthemum patterning, the vase interior in solid light blue glaze. Underside with four character overglaze mark for the Chien Lung imperial reign. Approximate height 5.625", diameter 2".
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