Famille Verte and Polychrome - A Famille Verte Lobed Dish, Kangxi (1662-1722)
Brightly enamelled to the centre with a confronting phoenix and qilin in a garden of plantain, rock work, paulownia and bamboo, the sides with panels of mythical beasts altering with flowering plants issuing from pierced rock work. Provenance: Hancock, 37 Bury Street, St. James's, SW1 label to base. (5261)
Famille Verte and Polychrome - kangxi period
Chinese famille vert brush washer and water dropper, in the shape of a lotus pod. (4614)
W 116mm H 52mm
Famille Verte and Polychrome - 17th C
Polychrome Koro, Fujiang Chip restored Japanese Silver cover, 19th C (4685)
W 90mm H 90mm
A large ‘Famille Vert’ lotus dish
The large dish is beautifully painted with two kingfishers in flight over a large budding and flowering lotus, all decorated in overglaze green, red, blue, black and brown enamels. The outlines are drawn in black with exceptions for the lotuses, in which case the opaque iron red glaze is used as both the filler and the outlines.
Porcelain with polychrome enamels. (5136)
Kangxi Period (AD 1662-1723).
Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province, South Central China.
W 27.5cm H 4.6cm
Famille Verte and Polychrome - A Famille Verte Plaque, Kangxi (1662-1722)
Finely enamelled with a peony spray issuing from rock work, with butterflies flitting above the arrangement, all surrounded with flower head and diaper border, wood frame. Provenance: Dickinson, 104 New Bond Street, London W1(label). (5259)
A small sancai cup with handle.
Porcelain, coloured overglaze enamel. (5427A)
Jingdezhen, Jianxi Province, South Central China.
Kangxi Period: 1661-1722
A small foliated cup with a handle decorated on the exterior with panels of blossoming flowers.
Porcelain, overglaze enamels.
Jingdezhen, Jianxi Province, South Central China. (5394)
A large Wucai jar decorated on the exterior with flowering chrysanthemums.
Famille Verte and Polychrome - Circa 1540-1600
A set of five Jingdezhen bowls with underglaze blue, overglazed red, enamel and kinrande decoration, fitted in a japanese Kiri wood box.