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GALERIE NICOLAS FOURNERY

A Chinese famille rose “twin peacock” dish. Qianlong period.

Enamelled in a rich famille rose palette with a peacock and a peahen standing on a grassy hillock beside blue weathered rocks growing with large pink peony, smaller flowers in gilt and colors growing alongside, all within a series of iron-red borders trailing similar blooms and interrupted by dark grey ground lappets edged in green leafy scrollwork.

Country:
China
Period :
Qianlong (1736-1795), circa 1775
Material:
Porcelain
Dimension:
11.02 in. (28 cm)
Reference :
B497
Price:
1.420 dollars (US)
Status:
available

Related works

For a large dinner service (sold 127.000 USD), see Christie’s NYC, 23 january 2001, lot 82.

For a tureen (sold 12.500 USD), see Christie’s NYC, Chinese Export Art, 27 january 2014, lot 376.

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