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Vase

1736-1795 (made)
Place of origin

Vase of porcelain, covered in bright-yellow glaze, of truité or finely crackled texture. Conventional double-gours shape with short cylindrcal neck.


Object details

Categories
Object type
Materials and techniques
Glazed porcelain
Brief description
Vase, glazed porcelain, China, Qing Dynasty 1736-1795
Physical description
Vase of porcelain, covered in bright-yellow glaze, of truité or finely crackled texture. Conventional double-gours shape with short cylindrcal neck.
Dimensions
  • Height: 6.75in
  • Diameter: 4in
Taken from register
Marks and inscriptions
Credit line
Given by Mr W. G. Gulland, Esq.
Object history
This orange-yellow glaze with ink-black crackle is known as 'millet-colour'.
Given by Mr. W. G. Gulland, accessioned in 1905. This acquisition information reflects that found in the Asia Department registers, as part of a 2022 provenance research project.
Collection
Accession number
257-1905

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Record createdJune 25, 2009
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