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|Each pot is of a flared cylindrical-form decorated in underglaze iron red, blue and turquoise with a phoenix surrounded by peonies and rockwork, with stylized phoenix spouts and a s-scroll handle and a domed cover. One cover with finial off/on and a chip issuing a crack to the interior. This form comes in several sizes with this being the largest. The model was copied from a Meissen original which was based on as silver form.|
|Location of Origin: Asia|
|Dimensions: 13 1/2 inches high x 11 inches wide|
|Primary Classification: Antiques, Decorative Arts and Furniture : Ceramics and Glass : Porcelain|
|Secondary Classification: Asian Art : Chinese Antiques|
|Reference: A similar damaged single pot sold for $10,000.00 at The Collection of Benjamin F. Edwards III 26 January 2010, although it had significant damage.|
Chinese Export Porcelain, Chine de Commande from Royal Museums of Art and History in Brussels, Jorg, CJA, Hong Kong: The Urban Council of Hong Kong, 1989, page 84 for a single famille rose example.Made in China, Export Porcelain from the Leo & Dorris Hodroff Collection in Winterthur, Fuchs, RW, 2005 for a blue and white example, page 115, No 66
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