Thu, 26th May 2022 9:30

Fine Art, Antiques & Asian Art

 
  Lot 145
 

A pair of Japanese Imari porcelain vases and covers, Edo, of octagonal form, the domed covers surmounted by a temple lion upon a rock, above panels of blossoming trees and peony against a blue wash ground, applied label for Norwich Castle Museum with ink inscribed inventory number 158-926 5, a single underglaxe blue mark to the underside, 58cm

Sold for £2,400


Condition Report

Crack and repair to one of the covers. Finials appear to be different in material, with one being resin. Possible restoration to both jar rims.

 

A pair of Japanese Imari porcelain vases and covers, Edo, of octagonal form, the domed covers surmounted by a temple lion upon a rock, above panels of blossoming trees and peony against a blue wash ground, applied label for Norwich Castle Museum with ink inscribed inventory number 158-926 5, a single underglaxe blue mark to the underside, 58cm

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