LARGE FAHUA DARK-BLUE GROUND BALUSTER JAR (GUAN), MING DYNASTY, EARLY 16TH CENTURY, with slip-trailed decoration, the neck with a lingzhi band, above the shoulder with an ornate foliate-ruyi register, above the rounded body showing lotus flowers among rocks with waves below, the foot with a lappet band, 32.5cm high Provenance: The Collection of Sir Harry & Lady Garner. Bluett & Sons Ltd, London, 2nd September 1992. Exhibited: The World in Colours, Oriental Ceramic Society Exhibition, 2006, no.28 and front cover. Note: For a very similar jar see Bonhams London, 13th May 2013, lot 98.
Sold For £11000.00 In The Asian Art - Including the Anthony du Boulay Collection - Sale Date 11th November 2019
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