Lot 78 (Asian Art, 7th November 2017)

A Chinese famille rose stupa

A Chinese famille rose stupa,
Qianlong (1736-1795), the well modelled shrine finely enamelled with scrolling lotus below monster-masks, linked by beaded chains between false gadroon borders, supporting a series of graduated sections, each tier with, a narrow floral band, all against a green ground, on a square waisted base decorated with scrolling flowers in iron-red against a white ground,

For a similar lot, see Christie's London, lot 295, 10 May 2011, and Christie's New York, lot, 2216, 20-21 March 2014.

清乾隆 绿地粉彩番莲纹喇嘛塔

Sold for £26,000

Condition report
Extensive damage and repairs. Mouth grounded with crack. Restoration in various places, some pieces missing. Chips to edges.
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