Pair of pots mounted on bronze .
The China porcelain shafts are covered with pale green celadon. Patterns are carved and made of landscapes , trees and dwellings.
Their chiselled and gilded bronze mounts consist of a base, a collar and of two amounts supporting the handles. The patterns are delicately chiselled in old men masks, sunflowers and godroons.
Period : Beginning of the XVIII° century, around 1710 for the bronze mounting.
Porcelain : China, Kangxi (1684-1725)- with one mark un der a bucket
Condition : Very fine condition, with just a firing crack at the bottom of one pot.
Height 7 in.
Diameter 7 in.