Chinese Famille Rose porcelain garniture of vases. c. 1735. Yongzheng.


A Chinese porcelain garniture of vases, c. 1735, Yongzheng Period. The lobe moulded vases, finely painted in Famille Rose enamels, with scenes of a lady with a young boy in a garden, the boy holding a Ruyi sceptre and attracted by a bird on a hoop in a tree. The ruby ground shaped borders painted with stylised floral scroll.
The foot of each vase left unglazed.

Medium: Famille Rose porcelain

Height:  24.40 cm, 9.61"

Condition: Repair to the neck of the tall vase. Chips to the rims of the smaller vases repaired.

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