18th Century Rare Large Chinese Export Rooster & Peony Pattern Charger

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18th Century Rare Large Chinese Export Rooster & Peony Pattern Charger

3,500.00

A very fine and rare large Chinese export porcelain rooster-&-peony pattern charger, Youngzheng or early Qianlong period, second quarter of the 1700s, painted in famille rose (fencai) enamels over-the-glaze, in the centre a scenic painting of a rooster perched on a rock among out-sized blossoms of tree peonies (mudan) and butterflies framed in a six-lobed, stylized cloud border in the cavetto painted pink and scattered with plum blossoms on an oeil de perdrix ground, encircled by an outer border with three-segmented radial symmetry, two alternating diaper patterns on a pink ground each centering individual quince blossoms, separated by reserved cartouches, each containing a single stylized flower blossom and karakusa scrolls in charcoal-colored raised paste enamel.

A true collector’s piece.

SKU: 1629

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