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A gold splashed bronze vase, Qing dynasty, presumably 18th Century or older.
A gold splashed bronze vase, qing dynasty, presumably 18th century or older.
A gold splashed bronze vase, qing dynasty, presumably 18th century or older.
A gold splashed bronze vase, qing dynasty, presumably 18th century or older.
A gold splashed bronze vase, qing dynasty, presumably 18th century or older.
A gold splashed bronze vase, qing dynasty, presumably 18th century or older.
A gold splashed bronze vase, qing dynasty, presumably 18th century or older.
A gold splashed bronze vase, qing dynasty, presumably 18th century or older.
A gold splashed bronze vase, qing dynasty, presumably 18th century or older.
A gold splashed bronze vase, qing dynasty, presumably 18th century or older.
A gold splashed bronze vase, qing dynasty, presumably 18th century or older.
A gold splashed bronze vase, qing dynasty, presumably 18th century or older.

Baluster shape with flared rim and tall foot. Archaistic decoration around the body with stylized dragons, taothieh masks and a three clawed dragon around the body. Archaistic character to base. Height 32 cm.

Repair to base, slightly dented by rim. Wear.

Droit de suite: No
Estimate: 

15 000 - 20 000 SEK

1 415 - 1 887 EUR

Hammer price: 
24 000 SEK
Provenance

From the Collection of Gustaf Wallenberg (1863-1939). The collection was acquired between 1906 and 1918 when Wallenberg was the Swedish Envoyé in Tokyo. From 1907 he was also accredited for Beijing. Thence by descent.

Exhibitions

The black and white images shows Gustaf Wallenberg as well as one of his residences with a photo of the interior at the residence. The one depicted is the one in Tokyo.

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Cecilia Nordström
Stockholm
Cecilia Nordström
Specialist Asian Ceramics & Works of Art, European Ceramics and Glass
+46 (0)739 40 08 02