Sold for £360
One vase has a chip to inner rim. And a few further minor glaze deep chips to edges and corners. The other vase has significant repaired damage to neck. Otherwise good. See added images for details of all issues.
TWO EARLY 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE & WHITE PORCELAIN VASES,
both of tapered square form with trumpet neck, the first hand-painted with scenes depicting birds perched in trees, the second with figural scenes, character marks to bases, 29cm high
Provenance: The William Mowat-Thomson Collection
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