M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES

 

  

YONGZHENG FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLATE

China, 1722-35

 

 

 

 

  

Very finely painted in one of the earliest famille rose palettes, combining the Imari iron red and underglaze blue with famille rose,

heightened with gilt, the center with a spotted deer on a grassy mound beside blooming lotus with a grasshopper, lingzhi and grasses,

the cavetto and border with three shaped cartouches enclosing flowering branches of peonies and chrysanthemum and iron red scrolls

 reserved against a soft underglaze blue round with bright yellow and puce chrysanthemum flowerheads and fine gilt scrolls

   

Provenance: with Philip Suval, Inc., Fredericksburg, VA
  

Condition: Excellent; three minute chips at the back of the rim (do not show on the front side);

slight gilt and enamel rubbing to the top of the central roundel

 

Note: A similar plate was sold by this gallery in 2002

 

8.75” Diameter
 

SOLD

 

#5901

 

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