Lot 18 (Asian Art, 7th November 2017)

A Chinese two-handled vase

A Chinese two-handled vase,
Tang dynasty (618-907), formed with two bottles joined together to a reeded neck and tall rim, the handles in the shape of dragons biting at the rim, the horned beasts each with a channelled back with buttons, all covered, with a cream glaze running down the body to the base,

唐 邢窑白瓷双腹龙柄传瓶

Sold for £200