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Lot 41Group of Three Chinese Green, Yellow and Aubergine Glazed Porcelain Taper-Stick Holders
Kangxi Period
Each modeled as a Buddhistic lion raised on a rectangular plinth, depicted with bulging eyes and mouth open baring teeth under tightly curled hair, each supporting a vase on its back, one with its front paw above a brocade ball and the other with a young cub clamboring up its front leg, covered overall in a bright glaze splashed with green, aubergine and yellow. Height of tallest 8 1/4 inches.



Unsold
Estimate $250-350

lion with his paw on the post is missing the ball, has some restoration to tail; the other lion with the ball the top section of the taperstick holder is restored; lion with pup the rim of the taperstick holder is restored


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