Description: The large Chinese porcelain vase is potted in a baluster shape, a tall ovoid body, with a remarkable flared mouth rim rising from waisted neck and a short straight foot base, two flori-form shaped dragon ears attached on the neck. the exterior finely decorated with two large flori-form petal cartouches enclosing female figures and their attendance in leisure within terraced garden landscapes, interspersed with further smaller cartouches the body and neck with hundred antiques motif. All surrounded by floral sprays reserved on a pale-turquoise-green sgraffiato ground. Banded with auspicious symbols motif ribbons on rim and foot. Mark on base, a seal mark, of six blue seal script -ZhuanShu- characters, JiaQing Reign Period of Great Qing.
Dimensions: Dimension: 25-3/4" H x 11-1/2" Diam.
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