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Chinese Famille Rose dish with peony and rock

This Chinese export porcelain dish is decorated in rose, red,  green, blue, black and gold. The decoration represents an attractive example of the evolution of the Famille Rose palette during the reign of the Chinese emperor Qianlong (1736-1795), with the rose no longer being the dominant enamel. Depicted is a fenced Chinese garden with peony, rock and a pomegranate tree. The rim is decorated with a simple border in red and gold. The decoration is typical for the middle of the 18th century. As a result this dish can be dated around 1750. The diameter of the dish is about 6.25 inches (16 cm).

Excellent, with some glaze wear and small chips to the rim. In addition, there is some rubbing to the enameled highlights.

Qianlong, ca. 1750.

Price $210

Please refer to item no. 1TD005 when making inquiries.

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