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|A 'famille verte' vase made during the Tongzhi reign|
Posted By: Luciano
Posted Date: Jan 17, 2017 (12:25 PM)
I hope to know something more about the vase with the Tongzhi mark in the attached pictures(I'll add other pictures).
It should be a 'famille verte' pottery, about cm 50 high and square based, with a painting for each one of the 4 sides, 2 showing warriors and 2 scenes with figures (maybe from the traditional Pekin theater?).
On the bottom, near the mark, there is also a triangle with the number 39 (you'll see it as soon as I am able to add other photos).
Please, what do you think about this vase and do you know which is the meaning of those imagines?
Thanks a lot for your kind help and best regards,