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Chinese Paste Box Thousand Flowers Marked Late Qing Republic Period

Chinese Paste Box Thousand Flowers Marked Late Qing Republic Period

Regular price $325.00 USD
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A colorful and lavishly hand-painted paste box that has a reign mark of the Qianlong emperor but made in the late Qing or Republic period.
A small porcelain lidded box painted with a thousand flowers design. The painting is professional with good line quality and shading. The artistry is further enhanced by the spacing of the pink and green elements. There is even a flower painted on the lid underside.
The mouth and box rims are not glazed and fit together nicely. The box has a shallow unglazed foot and a four-character hand painted reign mark of the Qianlong emperor on the base.
3 ¼” (8.3 cm) diameter x 1 3/8” (3.4 cm) tall. Weighs 3.7 oz (105 g)
There are no breaks, chips, cracks, or repairs. The enamels on the exterior are still bright and shiny. The enamel on the peony painted under the lid separated from the porcelain during firing and pieces of the enamel broke off.
A colorful, delicate, very well painted lidded paste box to add to a scholar’s object collection or just keep out to admire.

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