Subject:Re: Large Asian Vase
Posted By: Bill H Sun, Feb 09, 2020
Your baluster vase is identifiable from characteristics of its form and motif as a Chinese piece that likely was decorated at a porcelain ornamentation workshop in Hong Kong circa the late 20th-early 21st century. The creatures at the shoulder are dragons, while those just under the mouth-rim are kneeling lions (a.k.a. 'foo dogs') On the base in a double circle is a faux mark of 'Made during the Kangxi Reign of the Great Qing Dynasty', which emperor was in power much earlier, from 1662-1722.
The link below shows a photo taken in the early 21st century in the Hong Kong 'Overjoy' Porcelain Ornamentation Factory in Hong Kong. Vases there show similar border treatments of 'linghi' fungus-shaped scepter heads, and at least a couple of them look to have similar applied mythical creatures above the shoulders, though hard to see, as the photos aren't well lit.
URL Title :Overjoy Porcelain Company