Qing Kangxi Mark Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare Peachbloom Glaze Old Collection
China, 1700’s to 1800’s. Qing Kangxi Mark Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare Peachbloom Glaze Old Collection. Of tall, elongated baluster form with unglazed foot and hidden footring, the soft sloping shoulders rising to a waisted neck and trumpet mouth. The glaze of splattered peach bloom with eruptions of blush and apple green. The mouth lighter peach bloom white to rose pink with darker copper red spots. Interior of the foot glazed and with a six character Kangxi mark and possibly of the period or later 1700’s to early 1800’s. Wear and age darkening of the biscuit unglazed foot. Crackling. An old collection sticker on the side marked in roman – 2. raw silk mid 1900’s box. Peach bloom sets of scholar monochrome vases and desk ornaments were first made in the Kangxi period (1662-1722) and comprised the current offered “amphora” vase, the banded neck vase, the “chrysanthemum”
vase, the beehive brush washer, apple brush washer, begging bowl brush washer and domed seal paste box. It measures approx. 6″ tall and has a diameter of 1-5/8″.