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photographer E-Yaji.
The Marakovic Collection  
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Dusty Pink Beneficence

Inlaid famille-rose enamels on bronze, with gold (cloisonné); with a flat lip, flat foot, and flattened foot rim; decorated on each main side with a design of a formalized shou 壽 (‘longevity’) character with a bat above and below amidst formalized floral scrolls, the neck with a band of formalized lingzhi, the outer foot rim with a band of ‘C’ scrolls and circles; the exterior exposed metal gilt
Palace workshops, Beijing, 1720-1760
Height: 6.9 cm
Mouth/lip: 0.76/1.32 cm
Stopper: gilt-silver, chased with a formalized floral design

Robert Kleiner, 1995

Chang Gang 常罡, Canghai yizhu: Qiasi falang biyanhu yanjiu 滄海遗珠掐絲珐琅鼻烟壺研究 [Undiscovered pearls in the deep ocean: A study of cloisonné enamel snuff bottles] (Beijing: SDX Joint Publishing Co., 2013), 76, no. 3


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