A Chinese porcelain blue and white and celadon ground beaker vase painted with eight dragon medallions in underglaze blue amongst stylised clouds and flames, all on a carved ground with flowering peony branches amongst leaves, the interior and base glazed white.

18 1/8 inches, 46cm.

Kangxi, 1662-1722.


Excellent condition, one central dragon medallion bubble burst filled, natural glazed rim nibble.

Provenance & Additional Information

  • From the collection of Ogden Mills (1857-1929), Paris, inherited by his daughter Beatrice, The Countess of Granard, thence by descent.