Lot 51: Pair of Famille Rose Vases with Rose Colored Ground, 20th C.
by Auctionata Paddle8 AG
October 22, 2016
Berlin, Berlin, GermanyLive Auction
Porcelain with polychrome painting, partly highlighted with gold
China, early 20th century
Pair of baluster shaped vases on a round base rim
Shoulder accented shape with a slim neck
Each with a matching cover and a knob in the shape of a fo lion
The walls are decorated with a detailed bogu dekor, therein various modeled objects, such as vases, fruits, different flowers, scholar rocks and other objects
On a rose colored background
Total height with cover, each: c. 31 cm
Condition see condition report
The vases show signs of age and wear with usual manufacturing flaws. Notches and loss of material at the edges, a restored breakage on the knob, gold wear and a crack at the mouth rim can be seen. The total height with lid measures c. 31 cm.
Famille Rose 粉彩
The term Famille Rose describes a specific sort of Chinese porcelain introduced in the 17th century. The name comes from the dominant pink and carmine color painting that is applied over the glaze. This type of porcelain is in China known as Yangcai 洋彩 ‘foreign color’. The painting of the Famille Rose used opaque enamel colors in contrast to the transparent colors of the Famille Verte.
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