A pair of Chinese porcelain famille rose tea-bowls and saucer, each painted in the centre with flowering camellia on branches with two tones of green leaves, within black enamel ruyi head reserves, all on an iron-red ground with prunus, lotus and white peony, the conical tea-bowls similarly painted.

The saucers: 4 ¼ inches, 10.9cm diameter
The tea-bowls: 2 ¾ inches, 7cm diameter.

Early Qianlong, 1736-1795, circa 1745.

  • Formerly in a private French Collection.

Condition: Excellent


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