About the object

Chinese 17th century Wucai jardinière made during the first Qing Emperor's reign Shunzhi at the kilns at Jingdezhen for the Chinese market 
excellent enamelling and painting to show a large flowering tree peony with grasses beside a large hollow with bamboo issuing from it and on the far side of the rock work an entwined large prunus tree. between the peony tree and the prunus are two birds flying 
around and under the rim is a band of scrolling foliage demi flower heads. 
base is flat and unglazed 
Impressive piece 

Dimensions

21.5cm wide

Condition report

There are damages. Around the rim is a large and 4 smaller fits and chips all seen on the phot. To the side is a longs lightly discoloured crack and to the inside two star vracks but only in the glaze

Stock number

JC108