A Pair of fine wucai ‘Dragon and Phoenix’ bowl, Mark and Period of Daoguang
Age: Daoguang six-character seal mark and of the period
Each of rounded sides rising from a straight foot to a gently flaring rim, painted to the exterior with a green and a red dragon striding in pursuit of flaming pearls, divided by a pair of swooping phoenix, all below a band of bajixiang interspersed with ruyi emblems, the interior with a central medallion enclosing a dragon and a flaming pearl, the base inscribed in underglaze blue with a six-character seal mark.
Condition: Under overall good condition
Provenance: From a private collector in Southern California. See a similar item from Sotheby’s. Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art, Hong Kong | 08 oct. 2014, Lot 3628
|Age||Pre 1837 VR|
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