A White Glazed Porcelain Archaistic Stem Bowl and Cover, Dou
GUANGXU PERIOD (1875-1908)
rising from a spreading pedestal foot with a raised collar to a globular body with conforming lid, finished by a round finial. The body incised with archaistic motifs and covered in a milky glaze.
Height 10 in., 25 cm.
Note: For a similar example with a Guangxu six-character incised mark, see Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art, Christie's New York, 18-19 September 2014, sale 2872 lot 924
The vessel likely once had a Guangxu six-character incised mark but was erased. A small chip to the rims where the bowl meets the cover. Otherwise in very good condition.
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