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A Chinese famille rose « Madame de Pompadour » charger. Qianlong period.

Brightly enamelled to the interior with a peony medallion encircled at the rim by floral sprays and seed pods flanking cartouches alternately enclosing a fish or an eagle.

Country:
China
Period :
Yongzheng (1723-1735) or Qianlong (1735-1795)
Material:
Porcelain
Dimension:
35 cm
Reference :
B251
Status:
sold

Provenance

Château du M., property of the descendants of the Maréchal d’Empire C.-D. de P.

Related works

For an identical dish (42 cm), see Sotheby’s New-York, Important Americana : furniture, (…) including property sold by the the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 25 january 2013, lot 46 (sold 16.250 dollars).

For a set recently sold, see Sotheby’s Paris, Important mobilier, sculptures, objets d’art et tableaux XVIe-XIXe siècle, 19 april 2016, lot 116.

Several pieces from this service are held on in the British Museum, or in different French museums as the Musée Guimet, the Musée Grobet-Labadié in Marseille, the Musée de Saint-Omer, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs de Paris or the Musée des Arts décoratifs of Bordeaux.

chinese export porcelain qianlong pompadour

British Museum, London

Notice

Michel Beurdeley, Porcelain of the East India Companies, London, 1962, cat. 190, p. 194.

David S. Howard, The Choice of the Private Trader, London, 1994, no. 271, p. 229.

David Howard, John Ayers, China for the West, vol. II, London and New York, 1978, p. 443.

Rose Kerr, Luisa E. Mengoni, Chinese Export Ceramics, London, V&A Publishing, 2011, p.54, pl.67.

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