A chinese porcelain bowl of ogee form decorated in famille rose enamels with flowers in reserves on a brown & gilt ground. There is a 6 character Qianlong mark to the base together with an inscribed owners mark.
Dating from the Qianlong period (1736-95), it measures 7 1/4inches (18.4 cm) across.
There is a chip and a bruise to the footrim and circular areas of wear to the brown ground.
A Chinese porcelain plate well potted with a dimple to the centre (convex to the interior and concave to the base). It is painted in underglaze blue with auspicious objects to the centre with 3 further bands of decoration.
Dating from the Kangxi period, it measures 9 3/16inches (23.3 cm) across.
There is one shell chip to the back of the rim. It is in otherwise very good condition.