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Two Chinese blue and white porcelain vases. 19th century or earlier. One of shouldered tapering form with waisted neck, decorated in underglaze blue with warriors in a landscape, four-character mark beneath, plus another with a body of waisted rouleau form with reduced rim over well-defined underglaze blue decoration of tassels, pendants and ceremonial staffs over Buddhist/Daoist precious objects and a zig'zag frieze, double ring mark to base with old oval paper collection/stock label, 11.75, (30cm) high (s/d) 9, (23cm) high.
Old rim chip, partly infilled. Drill hole to lower body (ex lamp base). Second example: Rim reduced. Old fritting and flake chipping to foot. Please note: this lot contains glass, porcelain or fragile material. Buyers should take this into consideration when arranging a courier. Fellows do not offer any shipping or packing services for this auction, please contact Fellows directly if you would like advice arranging a courier.