A Large Champlevee Enamel Bronze Vase, 19th Century
Of Chinese archaistic bronze-form, the ovoid body flanked by two large monster handles and raised on a short foot with vertical flanges, with enamel design of lotus dentals throughout
height 24.4 in — 62 cm
finial of one monster’s tongue broken but still attached, enamel losses
Purchased from Sotheby’s Parke-Bernet New York during the 1960’s.
Department: Asian Art