Lot 346
A Pair of Pale Celadon Jade Hanging Vases with Covers
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Qing dynasty, 19th century, each of flattened baluster form, a band of taotie masks are carved on the lower body, upright leaves are carved by the foot and the mouth of the urn, the attached covers have floret knobs, a handle supporting the vase from two rings at the shoulder is surmounted with a ruyi-form hook, there is an apocryphal four-character Qianlong horizontal mark on the foot, comes together with finely carved wooden stands with bats.

11.5 in.

Collection of William D. B. Alexander (1858-1929), Cleveland, Ohio, and forward by descent.

A foot on one of the wooden stands has been repaired.

$5,000 - 10,000