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Chinese porcelain nine peaches bowl

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1900: item # 1163108

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Chinese porcelain nine peaches bowl

Qianlong mark, but late 1800s

This bowl is very well-painted in overglaze enamels with the nine ripe peaches showing gradations of color from yellowish-green to deep rose-red on each. The peach leaves are enameled in two tones of green. Contrasting with this colorful pallet is the tree trunk which is well-rendered in tones of brownish grey. The bowl is covered overall in a clear glaze that stops evenly at the foot, exposing the fine white porcelain paste on the footring. There is a hairline crack that extends vertically from the lip down the side for about 2.5 inches. There are a number of very tine nicks on the rim, which was originally gilded but most of the gold has now worn off. The interior has a very small glaze pits from the firing. No repairs or restorations.

Diameter: 7 in., Height: 3 in.

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