Dating from the late 19th century to about 1910 is this hard to find pair of Gu vases hand decorated in the hawthorn or prunus design. They stand 10 ¼” tall with the flared mouth measuring 4 ½” in diameter. They are marked with the four characteristic Kangxi marks, placing them during the period of the Kangxi revival. Each vase is in excellent condition with only a few sand marks; there are no chips, cracks or detectable crazing. These are from the Texas estate of collectors of antique pottery, glassware and art.
This pair would be an exquisite addition to your Chinese porcelain collection or to standout as decorative pieces in any decor. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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Pair of Late Qing Dynasty Hawthorn Prunus Gu Vases