Subject:Re: Why Ming, and not Qing?
Posted By: Corey Thu, Aug 10, 2017
@ beadiste. I wonder if I could get your opinion about this cloisonne vase that is possibly connected with Fonthill heriloom collection:
The quality of the later added brass work resembles those addes to the cloisonne works in the Fonthill collection, and in the same sale from that particular auction house, there was a vase almost identical to a vase posted by 'connor mcgregor', which had a Fonthill Heriloom sticker to the base.
The vase from liveauctioneers just turned up at ebay, but where the brass settings have been removed, so you can see the details, including the base with the mark and the footrim:
It was dated to the 20th century however, but there is at least one example of a similar vase sold in "real" auction house that was also dated to the twenty century, but sold for the price of an imperial mark and period example:
Direct link is to the thread with the vase of conor mcgregor.
This post is not relevant to the post by jack, but I hope he don't mind. It's a very nice vase by the way ...
URL Title :Qianlong Nine Dragon Vase Belonging To Conor Mcgregor