A European shape porcelain tea caddy painted in underglaze blue depicting houses and pavillions in a river landscape.
This item was made in Jingdezhen (southern China) for export to Europe, circa 1760-1780, during the reign of the Qianlong emperor.
For a similar example please see John Ayers "The Chinese Porcelain Collection of Marie Vergottis", page 76.
Condition: there is an old 3cm hairline on the shoulder and a minute chip to the one corner of the same shoulder (please view enlargements 6 & 7); no further damages and no restoration.
11cm (4.3inches) high; 9cm (3.5inches) wide; 4.5cm (1.75inches) deep.
相似之例，请参见John Ayers著《Marie Vergottis所藏中国瓷器〉一书中第76页。