A very rare Chinese triangular planter with original wooden stand that accents this rarely seen slab construction type porcelain. Adorned with precious objects, its obvious that this planter wasn't meant for the Western market, but was rather designed for domestic use for the Chinese. We comfortably date this extremely rare porcelain to the later half of the 19th century, further there is no hairlines, cracks, ect. There is some very minor enamel loss to be expected in genuine antique porcelain. Again I would be very surprised if another planter of this rare shape and unique composition can be found, secure this rare treasure for your personal collection. The porcelain planter measures 10 inches across on the longest side, the other 2 sides being 7 inches long each, and is 3 inches high. On the stand it measures 7 inches high with the stand measuring 10.5 inches on its longest side.