Chinese Guangxu period porcelain garden barrel. Molded with studs divided by pierced double cash motifs. Profusely decorated in famille rose enamels, with two reserves depicting a five clawed dragon and a phoenix. The background is filled with scrolling foliate motifs, bordered by geometric and floral bands.
Provenance: Collection of Bruce Dayton & Ruth Stricker Dayton, Minnesota.
Height: 19 in x diameter: 13 in.
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