A large Chinese celadon glazed baluster vase of guan form carved on the body in relief with three peony blooms amongst branches and leaves above a wide band of upright raised leaves, covered overall in a rich and even celadon glaze extending to the interior, the unglazed rim and foot burnt orange in the firing and revealing the biscuit body.
Yuan/early Ming dynasty circa 1400.
22 cm high.

*Formerly in a Japanese private collection.
*For a similar jar, see Beijing Guanghua 5 Fine Art, Fine & Rare Chinese Ceramics and Porcelain Exhibition to Celebrate the 60th Anniversary of People’s Republic of China, colour plate 35, where it is described as Yuan Dynasty.

Excellent condition, foot chips.

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