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Over 1000 antique Ceramics Over 200 Years Old

Catalogue > Chinese Famille-Rose Porcelain
Chinese Famille-Rose Page 1
Chinese Famille-Rose Page 1 Click on the icon of the Famille-rose plate, Qianlong (1736-1795), circa 1750, finely decorated in rich famille-rose enamels, the centre with Don Quixote holding a lance and wearing a full blue armour and a puce cloak seated astride his horse, Rosinante and Sancho Panza holding the bridle and two women, watching from behind a tree to one side , the border with four grisaille vignettes with landscape alternating with birds among trees, each enclosed within a narrow gilt border.
Chinese Famille-Rose Page 2
Chinese Famille-Rose Page 2 Click on the icon of the Chinese ruby-backed famille rose dish, Yongzheng (1723-35), decorated with a pair of cockerels in a garden with rockwork and peonies within a spear-head border, the rim with three cartouches containing sprays of chrysanthemum, dianthus and peony on a diaper ground
Chinese Famille-Rose Page 3
Chinese Famille-Rose Page 3 Click on the icon of the Chinese famille rose double-peacock sauce tureen and cover, Qianlong (1736-95), decorated with a double peacock amongst rockwork, with shell-shaped handles, flame finial and spear head border, to view more items
Notes on Chinese Famille-Rose PorcelainNotes on Chinese Famille-Rose Porcelain
Famille-rose enamels were first introduced during the Kangxi period (1662-1722) on Imperial wares. The best quality famille-rose export wares date from the Yongzheng period (1723-1735). At this time the enamels tended to be soft and translucent, and the drawing very fine.

We recommend the following books:
-Beurdelay, Michael, Porcelain of the East India Companies (London, 1962)
-Sargent, William, Treasures of Chinese Export Ceramics from the Peabody Essex Museum Salem (2012)
Catalogue > Chinese Famille-Rose Porcelain

Over 1000 antique Ceramics Over 200 Years Old

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