A nice example of Chinese porcelain vase made with the Famille Rose color palette featuring two vignettes which alternate with the vibrant flowers and Precious Things. The bulbous body rises up to slender trumpet mouth, along which neck are two honey gold enameled chilins. The porcelain is in excellent condition, but as is common with these pieces, a fair amount of the gold as faded, especially one of the Greek key frames around the primary reserve.
This vase dates, we believe, from 1790-1830, probably toward the latter end of the range. The enamels are generously applied, giving the vase a richer feel than those produced later in the 19th century.
Dimension: 6 5/8" h