QIANLONG 1736 – 1795. Chinese Taste Porcelain.


Large Qianlong Blue and White Porcelain Vase in the Ming Style. The Compressed Globular Body Supports a Tall Neck with a Flared Rim. Finely Painted with `Heaped and Piling` in Imitation of the Classic Ming Blue and White of the Early 15th Century. The Neck Decorated with a Band of Crashing Waves with a Collar of Ruyi-Heads Below. The Body Surrounded by a Band of `Stiff leaves` with the Bajixiang, The `Eight Buddhist Treasures` Above a Complex Intertwined Peony Design. The Design Above the Foot is of Ogee Form with White Against Blue. The Foot Decorated with a Geometric Pattern.