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Would like to know if this vase is worth buying.
I have my doubts about a bit, there is no stamp or mark, this is the story of the vase by the person who wants to sell it to me.
A mid 17th century about 1660 Chinese Ming / Qing vase. The real work is old. Decorated with a scene in four areas with two different sets of figure standing on the waterfront, cottage, floral decoration and mountains in the background and figure kneeling at the waterfront in a similar backdrop. Both images are mirrored to each other. The smooth area between floral decoration. Height about 14.3 cm. Condition: Old restorations on the shoulder of the vase. For me, this is certainly its charm! Furthermore, small flake base rate - not really noticeable when he stands. No hairlines. Nevertheless, a very nice and especially very old vase in a rare period. Also recognized as an early 17th century the typical flat bottom.