Chinese ‘Pseudo Tobacco Leaf’ Platter, circa 1760, Qianlong Period

A Chinese porcelain dish, painted in the ‘Pseudo Tobacco Leaf’ Pattern, Qianlong Period, circa 1760. The rectangular dish having a foliage molded rim, and painted in famille rose enamels, with pink hibiscus blooms, amongst stylized cut fruit, and serrated tobacco leaves. Heightened with gilding.

Measures: Length 30.2 cm, 11 7/8”.
Height 22 cm, 8 5/8”.

Condition: Typical minor wear to the enamels. Repair to chip to the reverse.

Medium: Ceramic

Height: 20.00 cm, 8"

Width: 30.20 cm, 12"

Depth: 4.00 cm, 2"