Chinese porcelain brush pot, <>c. 1730. Yongzheng Period.
Chinese porcelain brush pot, c. 1730, Yongzheng Period. The hexagonal shaped pot, painted in famille rose enamels, with panels of mountainous river landscapes. Alternating, with panels of vases on tables, and stands, surrounded by smaller vases, censers, and Buddhistic emblems.
The top rim with a continuous whorl motif in iron red.
Set upon six biscuit feet
Height: 13.3 cm, 5 1/4”.
Width: 10 cm, 4”.
Depth: 9 cm, 3 1/2”.
Condition: Restored hairline crack to one panel.