Lot 68. A PAIR OF CHINESE IVORY TEA CANISTERS

A PAIR OF CHINESE IVORY TEA CANISTERS, each with a circular body divided into six panels carved with branches of blossoming prunus, chrysanthemums and berried flowers within key pattern borders, the shoulders with panels containing flowering branches and the push-on lid with a crouching kylin finial, Qing, probably circa 1820, 15.5cm high Each contained under a glass dome with a giltwood base (2), (together with stands and glass domes)
Sold For £1300.00 In The Asian Art - Sale Date 16th November 2017

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