Chinese, late 19th century. A pair of footed celadon vases with two scrolling handles on neck and overall raised floral decoration, affixed to fitted carved hardwood stands, one stand with opening revealing a Qianlong mark to bottom of vase; ht. 13.75 in. (with stand), ht. 12 in. (without stand).
Provenance:Purchased in 1939 from I.C. Yang & Co., LTD., Exporter and Importer, Peking.
Both vases have a few tiny areas of roughness to rim. One vase with rough edges on the handle, slight abrasion. Both vases were adhered to their stands and retain green adhesive material.
Wooden stands: One stand has a break and repair. One stand is separated from its base.
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