QING DYNASTY, 18TH CENTURY
HEIGHT (INCLUDING STAND): 10.5CM
The vase is of domed beehive form rising to a slender cylindrical neck and standing on a slightly recessed footrim. The colour of the vase is rich opaque turquoise. The piece is raised on a hongmu stand.
Similar examples of this shape and form are found with four-character imperial marks. One such example is published in Arts from the Scholar’s Studio, 1986, Catalogue No. 94.
Edward T. Chow Collection
One Man’s Taste: Treasures from the Lakeside Pavilion 14 October 1998 – 15 January 1989, Collections Baur, Geneva
One Man’s Taste: Treasures from the Lakeside Pavilion 14 October 1988 – 15 January 1989, Collections Baur, Geneva, p. 24, Catalogue No. G.9.