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H.: 29 cm - L.: 20,5 cm
- The cover with faint hairlines perceivable on the upper part around the finial, also visible on the inside, the longest of ca. 4 cm. Also worth mentioning is the presence of two small drilled suspension holes.
- The pot with a superficial chip on the upper rim of ca. 5 x 3 mm.
- The handle with a faint tension line just below the middle point of attachment.
- The lower rim with superficial fritting and burst glaze bubbles.
- The section of the spout above the metal mount slightly loose but still fixed in the silver mount.
- One of the feet restuck, the break very slightly retouched. Two of the feet (including the aformentioned restored one), with a baking flaw visible where the foot meets the base.
- On the inside, the luting line between base and body is visible and shows a related retraction line on the base, not visible on the inside.
- The Victoria and Albert Museum, nr. C.71:1, 2-1963, the Basil Ionides Bequest (link)
- Hervouët and Bruneau, p. 69, no. 3.14a
- Howard, The Choice of the Private Trader, p. 134, no. 167
- Jörg, Interaction in Ceramics, p. 79, no. 35
- Jörg and van Campen, Chinese Ceramics in the Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam: The Ming and Qing Dynasties, p. 275, no. 318
- Mudge, Chinese Export Porcelain in North America, p. 102, pl. 155
- Chinese Export Art and Designs, p. 61, pl. 40
- Christie's, New York, 28 Jan. 2013, Lot 478 (link) (USD 32.500)
- Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 21 Nov. 2007, Lot 119 (link) (EUR 29.050)
- Bonhams, London, 16 May 2013, Lot 91 (link) (EUR 24.053)