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Rouleau Vase (one of a pair)

1662-1722
Artist/maker unknown, Chinese
The shape of this vase-cylindrical, with flat shoulders and a high neck-was termed "rouleau" (from the French, meaning "roll"). The blue surface features a fine all-over gilt design. The artist used the sides of the form for panels featuring patterns of lotus and peonies....

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