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A fine pair of late 17th century Kangxi trumpet vases each with a highly decorative blue pattern of stylised peonies within a foliate setting, on a white ground within a sylised latice framework. The most frequently depicted peony on Chinese porcelain is the herbaceous P. Lactiflora (Shao-Yao in Chinese), often illustrated in the full exuberance of bloom. Representing the Spring, peonies have been grown in Imperial gardens since the Sui dynasty (581 – 618) and as such have long been symbolic of royalty, wealth and social honour.
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