Chinese porcelain plate. Famille rose decoration, c. 1760. Qianlong Period.
Chinese porcelain plate, c. 1760, Qianlong Period. The shaped plate is carefully hand painted in famille rose enamels, with a scene of a mother and a child, in a garden, with a small dog. By the lady, rests a gilt censer, a box, and a vase of flowers, upon rocks,; whilst the boy holding a Ruyi sceptre, stand before a jardiniere of flowering plants, set upon a table. The borders painted in underglaze blue, with Buddhistic emblems, and scrollwork.
Diameter: 22 cm, 8 5/8”
Condition: Typical very minor wear to the enamels. Please see images. No damage. No restoration.