A truly superb and large Chinese famille rose porcelain landscape vase. I am told this vase likely dates from the third quarter of the 20th century, Chinese Cultural Revolutionary period. I believe such examples are known to have been produced within the Jingdezhen imperial kilns. The vase has hand painted black script that possibly dates the vase to a certain year and also an artist seal mark. This vase is a very unique and I believe possibly important documentation of the cultural revolutionary period. As you can see the vase features many 20th century designs including a large dam power planter, hydro towers, homes, people working and riding bikes, cars, trucks, etc. The vase is a large size example and is a very impressive piece to display measuring 24 1/2 inches tall, by 10 inches wide, and 26 1/4 inches tall including the stand.