Price

£2450.00

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Chinese early 18th century blue and white porcelain bowl made during the reign of the Emperor Kangxi - 1662-1722 - at the kilns at Jingdezhen.  With the rim everted like this bowl the shape is often referred to as a klapmuts bowl.  it was thought that the Europeans like the flat rim as it allowed eating utensils to lodge against it
The painting is of ladies at leisure in a garden setting with rock work, fringed willow and a jumping boy it is thought that it is a stylized vision of the story of Cheng he
Both the top and underside of the rim is painted with auspicious Taoist emblems.  the inside painted with 2 jumping boys 
The foot has a six character apocryphal Cheng H'ua mark but not a deceptive mark
Excellent colour and painting  

Dimensions

16cm diameter

Price

£2450.00

Condition report

Overall very good one very small restored chip to inside of the foot rim , no overspray

Stock number

6287

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