Lot 412

A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE INCENSE BURNER AND A CLAIR-DE-LUNE ‘CHILONG’ BOTTLE VASE. 
Qing Dynasty.
The bombé-shaped body painted with seals and calligraphy in various styles below a waisted neck with a ruyi head band to the rim, the ovoid vase supported on a flared foot, with a moulded chilong dragon with an open mouth applied around the waisted neck rising to the flared rim, a four character Yongzheng mark to the base, 24.5cm diameter.

清   青花香爐,及天藍釉浮雕螭龍紋瓶,「大清雍正年製」款

部分款識:
五夜漏聲催曉箭,九重春色醉仙桃
朝罢香烟携满袖,诗成珠玉在挥毫

Provenance: from the collection of Mr John Gosse (1915- 2017).

Estimate: £150-£200