We have to double-check your registration and make sure this is not an automated entry in our system. Please complete the test below...
H.: 25 cm
- With a vertical hairline of ca. 11,5 cm going through the eye of the phoenix, visible on in- and outside and another hairline of ca. 6 cm visible on the inside only.
- With recurring very small green speckles in the more densely decorated areas.
- A private collection, Belgium
- Acquired in London in the 3rd quarter of the 20th C.
- Sotheby's, London, 11/11/2015, Important Chinese Art, Lot 49, for another copper-red dragon and phoenix vase. (link)
- The catalogue to the exhibition La Splendeur Du Feu: Chefs-D'oeuvre de la Porcelaine Chinoise de Jingdezhen du XII au XVIII Siecle, Centre Culturel de Chine a Paris, Paris, 2004, cat. no. 31., for an underglaze-red vase of Qianlong mark and period decorated with a similar dragon amongst clouds and bats, with red eyes instead of the black eyes seen on the Sotheby's vase.