Chinese Qing Dynasty Lobed Bronze Vase With Dragon

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Item Details

A Chinese Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) lobed bronze vase. The vase has a wide flared lip and narrow body with a lobed, petal-like form. Encircling the vase is a thin, serpentine dragon. Unmarked, the vase likely dates from the late Qing dynasty (1644-1911) or early Republic period (1912-1949). The vessel is presented on a custom carved wooden stand. The undersides of both the vase and the stand are marked with the previous museum inventory numbers. 1938.0219

Provenance
Collected in the late 19th and early 20th century and donated to a Private Midwestern Institution in 1938
Sold to enhance and preserve the Institution’s mission-relevant Collections

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Condition

Good

- a paper label is affixed to the interior rim. Some wear to the finish.

Dimensions

10.25" W x 15.25" H x 8.5" D

Item #

17COL077-089

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Item Location: Columbus, OH

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Item Details

A Chinese Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) lobed bronze vase. The vase has a wide flared lip and narrow body with a lobed, petal-like form. Encircling the vase is a thin, serpentine dragon. Unmarked, the vase likely dates from the late Qing dynasty (1644-1911) or early Republic period (1912-1949). The vessel is presented on a custom carved wooden stand. The undersides of both the vase and the stand are marked with the previous museum inventory numbers. 1938.0219

Provenance
Collected in the late 19th and early 20th century and donated to a Private Midwestern Institution in 1938
Sold to enhance and preserve the Institution’s mission-relevant Collections

VIEW TERMS & CONDITIONS

Condition

Good

- a paper label is affixed to the interior rim. Some wear to the finish.

Dimensions

10.25" W x 15.25" H x 8.5" D

Item #

17COL077-089

Categories

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