A pair of 18th century Chinese porcelain vases in blue and white with an overall design of scrolling vines. Along the bottom are lotus panels, and along the top is a band of cloud collar decoration. Made in the Qing dynasty, in the second half of the 18th century they measure 18 inches tall x 8 inches at the widest point.
$14,200 for the pair
During the middle and later part of the 18th century, China was torn by famines, war, and general unrest which caused problems for the porcelain industry. Consequently, less fine blue and white decorated porcelain was produced during the early 19th century because the wars affected Jingdezhen and its kilns. When the kilns were rebuilt much Chinese blue and white porcelain was made in the classical Ming dynasty taste.
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