Chinese, late 19th-early 20th century. A white porcelain vase having Fu bat and Buddhist symbols, with carved and fitted hardwood stand; ht. 6.5, wd. 2.75, dp. 1.75 in. (without stand), ht. 8.25 in. (with stand).
Acquired by the consignor's great grandfather, a Chicago banker, in the 1890s, as collateral for a personal loan.
Provenance:By descent to current owner.
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