A fine Chinese porcelain Kangxi period blanc-de-chine libation cup, well-molded with images a deer, a flying crane, pine, prunus, and two dragons – appropriate symbols for a libation cup in order to toast prosperity, longevity, good fortune and endurance.  Of substantial size for one of these cups, measuring 3″ tall x 5 1/2″ wide at its flaring shaped mouth.  In good condition with only a chip to one of the dragon’s chins, otherwise a fine form in beautiful soft white porcelain. Later Kangxi period 1690s-1720.  $1275.00