A champlevé enamel ewer. 19th century
A champlevé enamel ewer with a globular body and a slender neck with large spout displaying large white stylized lotus and scrolls, to one side a large climbing dragon functioning as a handle, the knob on the lid in shape of a lion-dog. 19th century.
Height 31.5 cm
Private collection, Rheinland
Compare: Béatrice Quette, Cloisonné, Chinese Enamels from the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, New York/Paris/London 2011, no. 140