This porcelain vase was created to look like Lacquer wares with many Louhans craved out of the thick paints applied onto the vase before firing and red lacquer paint were then painted over it. During Qianlong period, a lot of new creations were made to please the emperor.
The finished product looks exactly like a lacquer vase with Qianlong Mark on its base.
This piece was made after the collapse of the Qing Dynasty by Imperial Kiln makers to satisfy the demand of Imperial wares by collectors as commoners who were once forbidden to own any Imperial wares.
The Lingzhi design cover is made of zhitan (purplewood) and is said to be worth its weight in gold.
Price : POA