Sold for £72,000
A Chinese Qianlong Period cloisonné and champleve enamel bowl, in passion flower and four panel 'Wan Shou Wu Jiang' design (denoting myriad longevity) on turquoise blue ground of scrolling lotus, four character mark on base, dia.15.5cm, h.7cm (Illus. front cover)
Footnote: For a very similar example see Illustrated Chinese Cloisonne - The Clague Collection, plate 56, page 123 & Illustrated Arts of Asia Jan-Feb 1975 edition
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