Pater Gratia Oriental Art

A Chinese "Amsterdams Bont" Clobbered Bowl, Qianlong.

A Chinese "Amsterdams Bont" Clobbered Bowl, Qianlong.


browse these categories for related items...
Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800: Item # 1107812

Please refer to our stock # 2010109 when inquiring.
Pater Gratia Oriental Art
View Seller Profile
Groningen
The Netherlands
Phone 0031627223416

Guest Book
 €599 
Bowl, Provenance: China. Dating: Qianlong period (1736-1795), clobbered (overdecorated) in the Netherlands, 2nd half 18th century. Bowl on a footring with a glazed base, decorated in underglaze blue the rim in underglaze brown, overdecorated (clobbered) in various enamel colours (green and black) and overglaze iron-red and gold in The Netherlands. Around the exterior wall a decoration in four panels of a "Long Eliza" figure standing in a garden landscape with houses and trees, in between the panels a trellis pattern. On the interior wall flying insects with sprays of flowering chrysanthemum. On the bottom in a double circle an underglaze blue flower with an overglaze "Long Eliza" figure standing in a garden landscape. The central representation is surrounded by a trellis pattern band and four cartouches filled with a single flowering peony. This type of overdecorated Chinese porcelain was and still is called "Amsterdams Bont" in The Netherlands, elsewhere it is known as "Clobbered ware". On base a paper label with the number "744a". Number "744a" was, most likely, the bowl's number in the previous owner's collection. Dimensions: Height: 65 mm (2.56 inch), Diameter: 146 mm (2.56 inch), Diameter of footring: 60 mm (2.36 inch). Condition: A single tiny frit to the rim