Pair of Spinach Green Covered Vessels, China, 19th century, cylindrical form, the bodies and covers carved with archaic motifs in relief, separated by ribs and taotie faces, celadon stone with apple green and spinach inclusions, six-character Qianlong mark inscribed and gilt on base, with silver inlaid carved wood stands, vessel ht. 11 in.
Note: Sold at Skinner, Boston, October 21, 2006, Lot 248.
Natural flaws and fissures in stone, very very minor chip to rim of one vessel.
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