Pair Chinese porcelain bough pots, c. 1760. Qianlong Period.
Fine pair of Chinese porcelain bough pots, c. 1760, Qianlong Period. Both pots having twin branch moulded handles, and are well painted to either side in famille rose enamels, with large panels of roses, within scrolls. The borders with smaller panels of flowers, and fruit within scrollwork panels.
The pierced covers, supported within the pots, by four acanthus moulded brackets, and painted with sprays of flowers, between gilded handles.
Height: 17 cm, 6 5/8”.
Width: 16.5 cm, 6 2/2”.
Depth: 16.2 cm, 6 3/8”.