Description: Pair of Chinese carved porcelain lidded jars, delicately potted to simulate garden stool, the main body decorated with relief carving of archaic entwined chilong dragons striding towards stylized Shou character medallion, interspersed with bands colorful raised studs set between band of interlocking ruyi under the rim and upright repeated lappets on the foot. The cover pierced to the center with banliang cash motifs surrounded by ruyi clouds, between the raised studs, before the geometrical pattern band. The immaculate decoration characterized with metallic brown under glazed color ground to simulate patina bronze motif, with splash gilt overglaze shades. Both jars exquisitely presented upon carved hardwood stands.
Mark on base, an impressed seal mark, with four seal script -ZhuanShu- Characters, QianLong Reign Period.
Dimensions: Dimension: 4"H x 4-1/4" Diam (each) ; (only Stand): 1-1/4"H
Date: Qing Dynasty
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