Famille Rose

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  • IM1 

    £6,500

    Chinese porcelain complete set of nine figures of the standing Daoist immortals, consisting of Shoulao, the god of longevity, and the Eight Immortals who pay him homage, each on a raised rectangular base and holding their attribute by which they are identifiable.

  • M5131

    £8,500

    Chinese porcelain famille rose rounded pocket snuff bottle, painted on each side with a large pink peony amongst flowerheads in yellow and blue, with branches, buds and leaves in green and white, all on a black ground with an underglaze blue ruyi-head cloud band beneath the gilt rim, the flat rim unglazed.

  • M5547

    £16,500

    Chinese porcelain famille rose enameled fencai bowl of square form with fluted body and chamfered corners, painted with a continuous harbour scene of the walled city of Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, with the Zhang Jiangmen gate in the foreground, the city with the Temple of Prince Teng amongst buildings, with many boats docked and many other fishing boats on the Gan river, with a four-character mark on the rockwork Teng ge gao feng, the reverse with an iron-red double gourd seal Gu pu, a fifty-six character poem and a four character mark Ming Zeng Qi Ji, the original poet and a four character seal Wo si gu ren, “thinking about ancestors”, all beneath a gilt rim.

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  • M4978

    £58,000

    Chinese imperial porcelain large saucer dish painted with five dragons, wu long, the centre with the forward facing gilt and iron-red five clawed dragon, its body encircling a flaming pearl between an ascending blue enamel dragon and a descending turquoise dragon, all amongst ruyi-clouds in rose, turquoise, blue and white enamels with stylized red flames and all reserved on a rich and even lemon-yellow ground, the underside with a pink dragon and a green dragon heightened in black enamel, all the dragons’ claws in white and on a similar ground between flaming pearls beneath the gilt rim.

  • M5440

    £9,500

    Chinese Canton enamel famille rose lobed teapot with upright handle, painted with four panels with a sleeping scholar in a window, with a sage and a lady crossing a wooden bridge; another scholar and a lady and another with two male figures and with a lady and another a lady seated beside a lake with her attendant, all on a yellow ground with famille rose flowers and leaves the flat shoulder similarly decorated with blue and white scrolling branch on the neck, repeated on the upright handle between yellow ground floral reserves.

  • M5375

    £38,000

    Chinese imperial porcelain large dish, brightly painted in famille rose, fencai enamels with bajixiang, the eight auspicious emblems, each ribbon tied and amongst eight different flowering branches in pink, blue, light blue, turquoise green, iron red, gilt, yellow, white and lime green enamels encircling a stylised central flowerhead with interlinked other flowers, all within a double gilt border, the rim with a wide band of pink ruyi-heads on a lemon yellow ground, the underside with three different flower sprays each on a leafy branch with other flowers and leaves.

  • M5095

    £35,000

    Chinese imperial porcelain fencai large thickly potted dish, finely painted with five-clawed iron-red and blue dragon on each side of a flaming gilt pearl, all amongst stylised ruyi-clouds and flames within a wide gilt band, the underside with an aubergine dragon and another iron-red dragon with two pearls amongst stylised clouds and flames.

  • R1085

    £65,000

    A very large Chinese imperial porcelain “hundred bats”, baifu, charger painted with iron-red bats in flight amongst fencai stylised ruyi-head clouds in purple, turquoise, blue and yellow enamels, all within a gilt band at the rim, the underside similarly decorated above a gilt band at the foot and beneath an iron-red line at the rim.

  • M1860

    £25,000

    A fine and rare pair of Chinese export porcelain famille rose groups of lovers, each depicting a kneeling gentleman wearing a chilong dragon-medallion robe holding a conical square cup and smiling at a lady standing at his side with her arm over his shoulder, each figure with detailed head dress, the lady with elaborate striped robes and ruyi head yellow-ground shawl.

  • R9041

    £7,500

    Chinese porcelain famille rose saucer dish, painted with the scene ‘Under the Arbour’ with a seated lady and attendants beside a topiary version of a Western architectural garden arch with children at the front and ducks swimming in a pond, framed by foliage, encircled by twelve reserves of butterflies, insects, fruit and flowers on a green-enamel diaper ground with iron-red shells and flowerheads, the underside with an iron-red and purple enamel pendant band.

  • M3434

    £3,500

    A pair of Chine porcelain famille rose European subject fluted tea-bowls and saucers, each painted with a reclining lady with European hairstyle, lying on a bed beside a stack of books, in a fenced terrace scene with a bird perched on a branch, the ladies shoes in the foreground, encircled by six reserves of peony and chrysanthemum on different diaper grounds of iron-red, turquoise and pink enamel, the body fluted beneath a foliate guilt rim, the tea-bowls similarly painted.

  • M4778/9

    £5,500

    A pair of Chinese porcelain famille rose plates each painted with two cockerels, one standing on blue- enamel rockwork looking at the other, amongst flowering peonies and overhanging flowering buds, within a border of 6 panels of flowering branches in bianco supro bianco, the rim with a turquoise diaper band.

  • R9499

    £3,200

    A pair of  Chinese export porcelain famille rose octagonal plates painted in the centre with a stag running away from two chasing white hounds with black markings, beside a large tree amongst bushes, within an iron red border of petals with gilt scroll edging, the everted rim with eight panels enclosing alternating branches of roses and other flowers with white enamel flowering and fruiting branches, divided by grisaille octagonal diaper, the undersides plain.

  • M4045

    £45,000

    Chinese porcelain famille rose, fencai, baluster vase and cover with black and ruby enamel ground, landscape and floral panels.

  • M4313

    £15,000

    A Chinese export porcelain famille rose plate painted with ‘La Dame Au Parasol’ after a design by Cornelis Pronk with bird and figural reserves on the elaborate pink ground border, the reverse with eight insects.

  • M4585/6

    £35,000

    A pair of Chinese imperial porcelain famille rose enamelled fencai saucer dishes, each brightly painted with the bajixiang, ribbon-tied with flowering branches in green, blue, pink, turquoise, white, aubergine and iron-red enamels encircling a stylised central lotus flower head and interlinked flower heads in lime green enamel, all within gilt rings, the underside with branches of stylised lotus, peony and peach flowers, with a peach and bud on elaborate scrolls.

  • R9780/1/2

    £7,250

    A set of three Chinese porcelain famille rose tea bowls and saucers in the form of lotus leaves, the exterior of the cups and underside of the saucers in relief with flowering lotus branches and foliage on a ground of graduating red lotus petals, repeated on the saucer, the well of the cup and centre of the saucer with a peony bloom within a gilt spear head border.

  • M3924

    £5,800

    A Chinese porcelain famille rose globular teapot and cover, painted on either side with a foliate panel of a basket of flowers on a gilt ground with key fret pattern, two further panels at the handle and spout, all beneath a band of blue ground diaper pattern at the shoulder, repeated on the cover rim.

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