November 15, 2016, 10:00 AM GMT
Newbury, United KingdomLive Auction
Lot 259: A Chinese Famille Rose tea bowl and saucer, fencai, Yongcheng(163 views)
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Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500
Description: A Chinese Famille Rose tea bowl and saucer, fencai, Yongcheng (1723-1725), painted with a mother and daughter and a boy reaching down to a white hare, beneath a willow tree, the saucer 15.7cm diameter and the cup 7cm high; a Chinese Falangcai-type dish, the interior turquoise and the exterior painted in coloured enamels with dragons and flowers, four character mark in blue square to base ???? ' [qian long nian zhi] (made in Qianlong Era) in Song font, but later, 16.8cm diameter For a similar fencai cup and saucer see, Marchant, 90th Anniversary Exhibition , 2015, Cat. No.33 -1??? ????????? ??? ??????
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