- Chinese artist
- Vase, about 1765
- Ceramic, porcelain
- H: 9 1/8 in, W: 4 in, D: 3 1/4 in (H: 23.2 cm, W: 10.2 cm, D: 8.3 cm)
- Gift of Mr. William P. Wadsworth, 1977
China Trade Museum Collection
Vase decorated in a rose palette. The vase is an inverted baluster shape with heavily molded perimeters at the foot and neck. The sides are heavily molded. Along the surbasse is a band of pink. There are four reserved trefoil ended panels growing up. Along the molded contours of the vase on either face is a large pink chrysantemum.