Early 18th century Chinese Famille Rose Garniture
An extremely fine three vase Garniture, Yongzheng period (1722-1735)
Comprising of one baluster jar and cover and a pair of beaker vases
Each vase is richly enamelled in characteristic bright palette
Depicting a flowering peony tree and a fruiting pomegranate growing beside garden rockwork Originally the property of a family in the east of Holland This unusual shape of vase and beaker, which is angled above the foot, derives from a Japanese Imari form of the seventeenth century.
This type only seems to appear in fine Chinese Export porcelain during the Yongzheng reign period (1722-1735) Literature: DR.G.C.Williamson, The book of Famille Rose, London 1927, plate LIV
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