Chinese Cloisonné Enamel Moon Flask Qing Dynasty. PILGRIM FLASK OR BIANHU, This Flask cast bronze has separately cast, finally modeled dragon handles. bottom Qianlong mark. The flattened circular body decorated with two circular medallions enclosing flowering peonies, lotus and prunus within gilt borders, surrounded on the sides by shou character roundels all reserved on a black ground, flanked by pair of gilt-metal dragon handles, base with four-character Qianlong mark within a double square. Height 14 inches.Provenance: Private American collection Purchase from Arizona, R.Clague Family in 1980SAME FLASK WAS PUBLISHED : CHINESE CLOISONNE: ROBERT AND MARTIN CLAGUE COLLECTION. \”ARTS OF ASIA VOL V no 1. 1975 page 27 also Liu Liang-yu Chinese enamel ware. Taipei, 1978 p.22\” and Chinese Cloisonne The Clague Collection 1980 p.106.