A rare Chinese enamel on copper medallion bowl decorated with three red-crowned cranes each holding a lingzhi, against a pink background. The interior with flowering peony. 18Th ~ 19th century.
The medallion bowls, three roundels against a coloured background, were produced in porcelain from the Qianlong reign to the Daoguang in the main, this bowl appears to be the enameller’s answer to the challenge.
Approximately 12.5 cm diameter. The bowl has had a slight knock to the exterior of the foot resulting in a small area of detached enamel, 1.5 cm maximum length. Otherwise in very good condition with a pleasing egg-shell finish to the enamel.
The stand is not included in this offer.
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