A large set of three Chinese porcelain famille rose baluster vases and covers each painted with pairs of landscape panels between vases of flowers, above a lappet band at the foot and beneath elaborate lappets on the shoulder.
Qianlong, circa 1750
50 cm, 19 7/8 inches high including covers.
Condition: vases all perfect, covers restored
- Formerly in an English private collection.
- Formerly in the collection of H.R. Hancock.
- Exhibited at BADA Art Treasures Exhibition, 1932 at Messers. Christie, Manson and Wood, 12th October-5th November, catalogue no. 1053, pp. 135-7.
- For a similar set, see Chinese and Japanese Art in the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen, Vol. I, no. 698-701, p. 306; a further similar pair are in the Walters Art Museum collection, no. 49.2111-3.