Famille Rose Chinese Porcelain Vase
The pear shaped body of this Yuhuchunping vase sits upon a foot that is adorned with a diaper border in vivid yellow, pink and blue. The blue ground features a Chinese character that symbolize longevity as well as bats, which symbolize good fortune. The main motif is comprised of flowers and vines with a ruyi upper border and a lappet border above the foot. The vase dates to the late Qing dynasty. There is no mark.
The vase is approximately 11 inches tall and about 8.5 inches wide.
Provenance: Purchased from a certified appraiser in the DC metro area. Additional information available upon request.
The vase has been photographed with different degrees of lighting to highlight the brilliant display of colors and capture flaws, such as glaze crawl and other signs of age. I've provided several pictures of the foot ring to assist in your assessment of the piece.
There is no damage. This piece is even more beautiful in person and would make a lovely addition to any collection or a beautiful adornment to any room.
The weight listed gives consideration to the packaging required for safe shipment.
Please be advised: price may decrease or increase if additional information is acquired. The current price is based on information received during initial purchase and subsequent research.