A large Chinese famille rose-noire “cockerel” dish. Yongzheng period
Brightly enamelled in the famille rose palette, at the centre with a cockerel perched on blue pierced rockwork beside tree peony and butterflies within a flower-head panel reserved on a black ground with scrolling peony.
- Period :
- Yongzheng (1723-1735)
- 9.84 in. (25,5 cm)
- Reference :
- 600 dollars (US)
For an identical pair of smaller plates, see Christie’s London, Chinese Export Ceramics from a European Private Collection, 11 may 2004, lot 61.