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CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE SAUCE BOAT

Late Qianlong, China, c1775-95

American Market

 

 

 

The lobed and molded body with scattered floral sprays and insects, the rim with drapery swags suspended from 

an iron red and gilt-lined edging, interior rim with further tied iron red and gilt trim; molded loop handle

 

Condition: Excellent

  

(Good for table use; do not place in dishwasher due to gilt trim)

  

3"High x 7.5" Long

    

350.00

 

 #4617

 

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FAMILLE ROSE ENAMELS

 

“Pink family”, a style of decoration in opaque enamels in shades of rose, derived from chromium of gold.

Developed  in the Yongzheng period in China, c1720 by European Jesuits working in the hongs, it was widely

used in the eighteenth century in the West, as well as the Orient.  Early famille rose has a rather rusty cast, while

 late 18th century pieces tend to be more rose in hue.  It remains very popular today

 

For more information of Famille Rose porcelains, please click Chinese Export Porcelain II: Famille Rose

 

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