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Chinese mid 18th century, c1750,  Famille Rose Klapmuts bowl made during the reign of the Emperor Qianlong at Jingdezhen for export to Europe.
Unusual decoration with four roundels separated by four panels of flowering foliage. The panels and roundels show the flowers Camelia, prunus, chrysanthemum and peony, all auspicious to the Chinese and loved in the west for their decorative qualities.
Painted to the inside with peony blossom 
Both the outside and the inside are enhanced with gilt decoration.
From a private English  collection
 

Dimensions

18.2 diameter


Condition report

Very Good

Stock number

6295

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