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Vase

Catalogue Description:
White porcelain vase, vitreous glaze, with polychrome and gilded decoration. Cylinder shape that tapers toward top, slightly molded lip; supported on three feet, each in the form of a lizard biting a monkey applied along the side of the vase. Body has rust ground with geometric patterned bands in black and white around top and bottom edge; around neck, spray of flowers within triangular registers; on body between feet, two white panels stacked vertically containing different flowers; gilded band around lip and around base. CONDITION: Good.


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