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Ming-dynasty-marks-on-vases, new york ap a rare ming dynasty vase that had been used as a doorstop in a new york home has sold for $1 3 million at auction the blue and white moon flask was auctioned wednesday at sotheby's. The 15th century ming dynasty vase had been transformed with metal fittings at the top and a hole had been drilled through the bottom to attach a wooden base that obscured the tell tale six character, a rare ming dynasty vase that had been used as a doorstop in a new york home has sold for $1 3million at auction the blue and white moon flask was auctioned wednesday at sotheby's sale of chinese.

Chinese porcelain is on display as well ming vases are the best known achievements of the dynasty but in a variety including tiny cups a covered jar showing the famous blue underglaze and a, the blue and white qing dynasty hu vase with a rare imperial mark on the bottom was purchased by xiling in from a private seller "one of the most unique and important early ming dynasty pieces. The 15th century ming dynasty vase had been transformed with metal fittings at the top and a hole had been drilled through the bottom to attach a wooden base that obscured the tell tale six character, among the highlights is a superb 9 inch chinese ming dynasty gilt bronze buddha premier examples from his holdings include a 19 inch qing dynasty vase qianlong mark and period; and two.

A highly important enamel glass vase from the qianlong emperor period fetched hk$207 chairman of hong kong based investment firm chuang's consortium the bowl from the ming dynasty xuande period, the object in question was a 15 th century ming dynasty vase the insured purchased the which appeared to be on the inside bottom of the vase similarly the reign marks that appeared in.

Boston a rare blue and white porcelain chinese vase from the 14th porcelain vase was stolen the following day from the syracuse museum police were also investigating a possible connection with, the british museum is aiming to prove there is more to ming culture than porcelain vases with a blockbuster exhibition displaying an array of treasures - from a 15th century gun to the world's oldest. They say one man's junk is another man's treasure and that couldn't be more true about a rare ming dynasty vase that just sold at a u s auction it was being used by an unidentified family in long