A pair of Chinese blue, white and copper-red meiping crackle-glazed vases, 19th C.

87

H.: 29,5 cm

Condition: (UV-checked)
- One vase with a small superficial chip to one of the handles and a superfical 3 mm flake to the mouth rim, otherwise good. Superficial crackling and baking flaws throughout.
- The second vase with a few small superficial chips to one of the handls and som baking flaws to both handles. Superficial crackling and baking flaws throughout.

Provenance: The collection of Quek Kiok Lee, Singapore. A businessman, banker, entrepreneur and investor, he was also one of the founders of the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society (SEACS) and Acquisitions Advisor on Chinese Antiquities for the National University of Singapore.

Estimate: € 800 - € 1200