Famille Rose

Available Pieces
  • M2963

    £3,850

    A Chinese porcelain large famille rose circular deep dish with everted rim, painted in the centre with a cockerel with yellow body and black chest and tail feathers, with red coxcomb and wattle, standing on blue enamel rockwork amongst flowering peony plants and aster, a butterfly above, the border with eight ruyi-head panels enclosing flowers and fruits,

  • R8998/9

    £7,250

    A pair of Chinese porcelain semi-eggshell teabowls and saucers of petal form painted in iron-red, gilt, blue, green and aubergine enamels, with a young woman opening the door of a bird cage, beside a seated man wearing a tri-corn hat in a fenced garden with flowers and three birds, the subject is taken from a painting entitled Le dénicheur d’oiseaux.

  • M878

    £19,500

    A pair of Chinese porcelain famille rose two-handled ice buckets of fluted form with foliate rims, painted on each side with a tied bouquet of peony, camellia, chrysanthemum, rose and pink, amongst smaller flowers and foliage on a flower spray ground, the handles decorated with iron-red and gilt highly stylised dragons, the everted foot rim with iron-red, gilt and puce prunus flower heads, the foliate rim with original gilding.

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