SOLD ITEM 5472 - Chinese emamel lamp

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A cloisonne enamel vase, mounted later as a lamp. The vase was probably made during the Jaiqing period (1795-1820).It is mounted in gilt-bronze. The art of cloisonnne enamelling reached its apogee in the 18th century, and is typified by delicately-colored and elaborate inlays of vines, peonies, chrysanthemums, dragons, and fences on a rich turquoise ground. Your vase's ornate base and the molded body ornate seem to indicate that it was made for export to Europe
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