Chinese porcelain blue and white fluted stem bowl painted on the exterior, foot, interior and underside with flowering blooms on branches amongst leaves, including hibiscus, chrysanthemum, peony and camelia, all beneath a petal lobed rim, the base with a lingzhi mark.

Kangxi, 1662-1722.

5 ¾ inches, 14.5 cm diameter.


One haircrack, minute rim and foot nibbles.

Provenance & Additional Information

  • From a private English collection, Newbold Pacey Hall, Worcestershire.
  • Stem bowls of this form with overall decoration including in the foot rim appear to be rare.