Sold for £900
The square vase is free of damage, the taller vase (with cover) is damaged at neck, the hexagonal piece has a very feint hairline to base. Added images show issues. Square vase 14cm high.
LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE VASE,
of footed square form with twin foo dog handles, each side hand-painted with alternating panels depicting birds perched in foliage, and character marks, marks to base, 13.5cm high, along with another Chinese famille rose vase and cover, and a hexagonal incense burner (3)
Provenance: The William Mowat-Thomson Collection
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