Pair of Chinese Cloisonne Bowls and Covers, early 19th Century, Qing Dynasty
Pair of Chinese cloisonne bowls and covers, 19th century, Qing dynasty. Both bowls enameled with the ‘Eight Buddhistic Symbols’, in gilt wires, on a turquoise ground, within gilt metal panels, and continuous ruyi head, and lappet borders. Having gilt metal mask heads, holding ring handles.
The covers similarly decorated.
Measures: Height – 11 cm, 4 3/8”.
Diameter – 15.2 cm, 6”.
Condition – Some chipping to the turquoise enamel, and wear to the gilding, commensurate with age. No repair.
Height: 11.00 cm, 4"
Width: 15.20 cm, 6"
Depth: 15.20 cm, 6"