Chinese Porcelain Garniture, Famille Rose Decoration, Qianlong Period
A very rare garniture of Chinese porcelain vases, Qianlong Period (1736-1795). The guglet formed and fluted vases, painted in fencai or famille rose enamels, with panels of birds perched amongst flowering trees. The necks painted in puce with panels containing river landscapes, between scroll work.
Measures: Height 24 cm, 9 3/8”.
Diameter 13.5, 5 1/3”.
Condition: Some typical minor fritting to one rim. In excellent condition. No restoration. Please bear in mind that these items were produced in a pre Industrial era, and contain very minor blemishes associated with the firing process.
Height: 24.00 cm, 9"
Width: 13.50 cm, 5"
Depth: 13.50 cm, 5"