Qing Dynasty Blue and White Porcelain Vase with Ice Crack and Plum Blossom DesignSOLD OUT
A bottle made in the late Qing Dynasty. It has a jujube-shaped body and a neck that opens into a trumpet shape, with ice crack and plum blossom design covering the entire surface. This design, which was widely adopted in Japan, was first painted during the reign of the Kangxi Emperor (1661-1722). There are similar examples of white lines drawn into the cobalt blue in the Jiaqing – Douguang period (1796-1850), and this piece is presumed to have been made late that time. The small size is suitable not only as a single flower vase but also as a tokkuri.
There is a Kintsugi repair and a minor chip around the mouth.
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