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Chinese Export Dragon Vases, Pair
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COLOR white/blue/red
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 5" W x 12.5" H
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE IN China
MADE OF Porcelain
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 29 - Nov 01
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
Interior designer Jacki Mallick, seeing a niche for fabulous vintage finds on famous "Antiques Row" in West Palm Beach, began her design firm in 2009 and opened her retail boutique just over a year ago. Mid-Century Modern, Palm Beach Chic and Hollywood Regency pieces—all are meticulously chosen and then newly lacquered, re-upholstered, re-tooled with fabulous indigenous appointments. With the highest regard for quality and creativity, we give our pieces an entirely new life.
Why we love this
20th Century Magnificent Pair Of Chinese Export Red White & Blue Hand painted Porcelain Vases. These beautifully executed hand painted vases feature a white ground, blue waves and a large red dragon motif. Each vase is signed with a blue chop mark on the underside.
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