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Auction: Auction 06.12.2004
was auctioned on: 6 December 2004
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Estimate: £3,000 - £5,000
ca. US$5,787 - US$9,645
Price realised:  £5,378
ca. US$10,375
Lot number 401, Views: 12

A BÖTTGER TWO-HANDLED CHINOSERIE VASE CIRCA 1724-25, RED ENAMEL CROSSED SWORDS MARK Painted by J.E. Stadler and enriched in gilding, the inverted pear-shaped body with two Orientals holding elaborate fans and standing by stylised fences, rockwork and flowering shrubs, with birds and insects in flight above, the reverse with a flowering shrub, above a double iron-red line border and a moulded gilt band at the stem, the flared neck with flowering indianische Blumen , the wishbone-shaped handles with red and blue flowerheads and red scrolls, the high domed foot with a meandering flowering branch and an Oriental seated by a fence on a mound, above a similar double line border (footrim with two areas of restored chipping, slight chipping and some glazed-covered chipping, some areas of very slight wear, one handle with small firing fault) 7 in. (17.8 cm.) high

Informations about the auction
Auction house: Christie's
Title: Auction 06.12.2004
Date of the auction: 6 Dec 2004
Address: Christie's
London, King Street