A pair of large cloisonné enamel “Eight Buddhist Emblems” moonflasks, Bianhu, the compressed globular body decorated in colours on turqouise ground with lotus flowers, meandering foliate scrolls and buddhist emblems, on each side a roundel with landscapes in which depicted deer herds, cranes and blooming flowers; the short neck with cloud formations and flying cranes. Qing, 18th-19th century. H. 53.5 cm. (2)

Provenance: Danish private collection.

Additional Remarks

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Asian, Islamic & Indian art, 1 December 2021


100,000–150,000 DKK


Price realised

190,000 DKK