A very fine Chinese famille rose “cockerel” plate. Yongzheng period.
Brightly enamelled in the famille rose palette with a cockerel perched on pierced promontory rockwork among flowering branches of peony, surrounded at the well with a sea-green trellis-pattern band reserved with floral vignettes, the rim with four flower sprays.
- Period :
- Yongzheng (1723-1735)
- 8.66 in.
- Reference :
For a pair of identical plates, see Christie’s Amsterdam, 3 may 2005, lot 153.