Ceramic: vessel

Description
One small circular glazed ceramic vase with high shoulders surmounted by a short neck and narrow opening. Beneath the shoulders the body of the vessel gradually tapers to a relatively broad base. On a plain white glazed ground vase exterior presents three bands of decorations in blue red green and yellow glaze. Underside of base exhibits mark of Wan Li Emperor (1573-1620).
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Provenance details
Puchased Luli Chang for 3.50: Peking/China/Eastern Asia/Asia: May 1956
Measurements
Dimensions (Dia x Thickness): 82 x 80mm
Named collection
Other Id
C1956.272
Catalogue number
C1956.272
Accession number
19XX.1.1827

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