A PAIR OF LARGE CHINESE 'FAMILLE-ROSE' PORCELAIN VASES AND COVERS, QING DYNASTY, YONGZHENG PERIOD
Finely painted with figures, birds, flowers and foliage within raised panels, the domed covers similarly decorated, surmounted by seated hound finials, with later scrolled gilt-wood stands.
|Year||Circa 1723 - 1735|
|Provenance||The Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio, USA|
|Condition||One vase with restoration, seated dog knops 18th century but probably associated|