vase

Miniature blue and white porcelain vase. This vase has a bulbous form, long neck and flared rim. It stands on a low foot with recessed base. The vase is decorated with both underglazed cobalt blue pigment and applied decoration. Two applique 'chi' dragons crawl around the upper exterior body and neck. The exterior body is painted with floral designs, with a band of lappets above foot.

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