Susan Silver Antiques

413.229.8169
Susan Silver Antiques
755 North Main Street, Route 7
PO Box 621
Sheffield, Massachusetts 01257
Phone: (413) 229-8169
Fax: (413) 229-9069
susan@susansilverantiques.com
Chinese Blue and White Crackleware Vase with Lid Full Size Image Rollover to Zoom
Chinese Blue and White Crackleware Vase with Lid Chinese Blue and White Crackleware Vase with Lid Chinese Blue and White Crackleware Vase with Lid Chinese Blue and White Crackleware Vase with Lid Chinese Blue and White Crackleware Vase with Lid Chinese Blue and White Crackleware Vase with Lid Chinese Blue and White Crackleware Vase with Lid Chinese Blue and White Crackleware Vase with Lid Chinese Blue and White Crackleware Vase with Lid

Chinese Blue and White Crackleware Vase with Lid

Chinese Export porcelain blue and white crackleware vase and cover decorated with birds, butterflies, peonies, chrysanthemums and foliage, the body having mat brown embossed collar and base, the cover with a foo dog finial.  A brown date mark to the bottom.

The off-white surface is covered in fine, decorative crackles.  This technique originated in 13th century China and triggered great interest among collectors of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

 

  • China Circa 1880
  • Height: 16.5" | Diameter: 7"
  • Item #7823
  • Price: $1,200
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having mat brown embossed collar and base, the cover with a foo dog finial.  A brown date mark to the bottom.

The off-white surface is covered in fine, decorative crackles.  This technique originated in 13th century China and triggered great interest among collectors of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

 

"> having mat brown embossed collar and base, the cover with a foo dog finial.  A brown date mark to the bottom.

The off-white surface is covered in fine, decorative crackles.  This technique originated in 13th century China and triggered great interest among collectors of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

 

"> having mat brown embossed collar and base, the cover with a foo dog finial.  A brown date mark to the bottom.

The off-white surface is covered in fine, decorative crackles.  This technique originated in 13th century China and triggered great interest among collectors of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

 

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