Antique Shenyang Imperial Palace Chinese Garlic Head Vase


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For sale is this intricately and expertly hand-painted antique Chinese garlic-head vase. Painted in Famille Rose palette with roundels of stylised phoenixes and flowers. The detailing, design and craftsmanship of this vase is very good indeed. The striking roundels of the phoenix birds with a geometric blue pattern background on white ground are stunning. The neck of the vase has bats in red iron hanging from the pink Famille Rose border design at the rim.

Shenyang Imperial Palace

The 4-character mark to the base of the vase is the hallmark reading Jiayin Tang zhi (Hall of Admirable Protection of Posterity) refers to a location in the Shenyang Imperial Palace. Constructed in the 17th century and expanded by the Qianlong Emperor in 1780, the palace was closely modeled on the Forbidden City in Beijing but also incorporated Tibetan and Manchurian styles. 

Vase Condition

There are no chips, cracks or restoration,

Vase Size:


Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 40 × 30 × 30 cm
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