Qing Dynasty - A Famille Jaune / Susancai Brinjal Bowl

Qing Dynasty - A Famille Jaune / Susancai Brinjal Bowl

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800: Item # 1030319

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 USD $5,500.00 
This is a very well known and dated Kangxi period (1662-1722) medium size famille janue or susancai bowl. Such bowl is commonly know as a "brinjal" bowl. It stands on a footrim with a recess base. On the base, it is painted with a Chinese character or word "Fu", meaning prosperity in a double circle. The body of the bowl everted upward from the base in a "u" shape form, slightly straight up and then mildly with an everted mouth rim. In the centre of the bowl, it has single plant in it, that looks like a chinese mushroom or lingzhi.

There are a couple of hairlines, two tiny over glazed sand grits and a small chip as shown in the photographs. In the centre of the bowl there is a very minor manufacturing fault. Overall it is in good condition with no repair or restoration. When tapped lightly, it gives a fine tinkling sound. Item sold as it is.

The dimension of the famille janue brinjal bowl: the height is 8.8cm and the diameter is 19.4cm