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Ming kraak Blue and White Bottle Vase

Chinese blue and white porcelain bottle vase made at the end of the 16th century during the Ming Dynasty. the neck is known as a garlic neck and dates from 1590 - 1610.
The vase is painted in panels of flowers separated by small panels of lines and dots
the vase was made for export to Europe and the middle East and is based on a Persian metal ware shape.
Well painted and in a good colour. Slightly smaller than many of this shape
Overall very good but there is a very small area of restoration at the base of the neck on the luting line.
See Rinaldi Kraak porcelain a Moment in the History of Trade
Item Number 6116

£980.00

Material Porcelain
Age c. 1600
Dimensions Height 23.00 cm  (9.06 inches)