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Subject:Vase - Republic or earlier ?
Posted By: Peter Wed, Jan 05, 2022 IP: 77.119.203.144

Hello. I'm considering purchasing a vase which I find quite attractive.
Unfortunately, It has at some time been converted into a lamp. However, looking at the photos I've seen, it appears that the cable may be routed through the neck of the vase, thereby avoiding the need to drill a hole in the base. I'm also a bit perturbed as to how the wooden stand is 'secured' to the vase base - if this is indeed the case - as it seems to be in one picture.
I assume that the vase was originally made with a fitted lid.

Anyway, I would be grateful for any expert opinion(s) of the vase and it's approximate age, if possible.

Many thanks for any help or guidance.







Subject:Re: Vase - Republic or earlier ?
Posted By: Mark Adams Thu, Jan 06, 2022

Republic period vases are very popular atm. Hence the copies and high prices etc.
The design is a fairly well-known one that numerous artists have portrayed. Notably He Xuren for one.
Your images are not very clear. But I believe it is not republic period but a much later example.
The stand and top look newish.
Regards,
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Subject:Re: Vase - Republic or earlier ?
Posted By: Peter Fri, Jan 07, 2022

Thank you for taking the time and trouble to reply to my posting, Mark.
Your comments are noted and sincerely appreciated!
Peter.


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