TWO CHINESE TRANSITIONAL BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JARS AND COVERS, MID-SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.Est. $3,500-$5,000
Sold: $7,200 ($6,000)
Each of octagonal baluster form, the sides of one painted with flowering prunus, dogwood and pomegranate branches, flowering lotus, scattered sprigs and insects; the other with a cherry branch, lotus and chrysanthemum stems, both with a border of still leaftips, the shoulders surrounded by a cloud collar border reserved with scrolling lotus or chrysanthemum blossoms, the cover with blossoms and insects. Heights 14 ⅛ and 14 inches.