A pair of Chinese porcelain famille verte powder blue ground ovoid vases with short flared neck and galleried rim, each painted with four decafoil lobed panels enclosing respectively; a flock of birds beneath the moon over a mountainous river landscape with pine and other trees; flowering peony plants emerging from rockwork; antiques comprising a beaker vase with coral branch, a scroll, artemesia leaf, incense burner and ruyi septor; flowering pinks emerging from rockwork, the ground heightened in gilt with lotus branches.

23cm high

Kangxi 1662-1722

*Formerly in the Palmer Collection

Condition: perfect.

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