A Chinese Antique Iron Red Porcelain Vase: the six character 'QIANLONG' mark in cobalt blue on the base and of the period; Size: H: 11-1/2"

A Chinese Antique Iron Red Porcelain Vase: the six character 'QIANLONG' mark in cobalt blue on the base and of the period; Size: H: 11-1/2"

A rare important and most impressive Antique Chinese Porcelain Bottle Vase of the Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Period 1736 - 1795. (Circa 1740). Decorated in vividly coloured enamels depicting children frolicking among the branches of a Peach Tree.  This vase is in excellent condition, with no cracks, chips breaks or repairs.

A rare important and most impressive Antique Chinese Porcelain Bottle Vase of the Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Period 1736 - 1795. (Circa 1740). Decorated in vividly coloured enamels depicting children frolicking among the branches of a Peach Tree. This vase is in excellent condition, with no cracks, chips breaks or repairs.

A JAR Blue and white porcelain with design of clouds and a dragon The Joseon Period The Late of 18th century.

A JAR Blue and white porcelain with design of clouds and a dragon The Joseon Period The Late of 18th century.

Chinese Kangxi 1662 1722 Porcelain Blue White Moulded and Fluted Vase A F | eBay

Chinese Kangxi 1662 1722 Porcelain Blue White Moulded and Fluted Vase A F | eBay

Rare Blue and White ‘Dragon’ Vase Qianlong Seal Mark and Period.

Rare Blue and White ‘Dragon’ Vase Qianlong Seal Mark and Period.

An underglaze-blue and copper-red-decorated high-shouldered vase, China, Qing dynasty, 19th century

An underglaze-blue and copper-red-decorated high-shouldered vase, China, Qing dynasty, 19th century

A Super Size Chinese Qing Dynasty Qianlong (1711-1799) Famille Rose Landscape and Deers Porcelain Vase with a Mark of Qianlong, Size: H*D 70*38cm,

A Super Size Chinese Qing Dynasty Qianlong (1711-1799) Famille Rose Landscape and Deers Porcelain Vase with a Mark of Qianlong, Size: H*D 70*38cm,

This Pinner Qing Dynasty Vase roke the record for the most expensive piece of Chinese artwork when it sold for £53,100,000 in 2010. In March 2011, it was revealed that the vase remained unpaid for.

This Pinner Qing Dynasty Vase roke the record for the most expensive piece of Chinese artwork when it sold for £53,100,000 in 2010. In March 2011, it was revealed that the vase remained unpaid for.

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