The 'Three Abundances' theme was a popular one in the decorative arts because of their auspicious meanings - the peach represents longevity, the pomegranate, fertility and abundance, and the persimmon symbolises riches. This design is inspired from the Ming dynasty. See a stemcup with a Xuande mark inside and included in Imperial Porcelain of the Yongle and Xuande Periods Excavated from the Site of the Ming Imperial Factory at Jingdezhen, Hong Kong 1989, cat.55.
It is very rare to find such bowls with a Qianlong mark. More common are those made during the Yongzheng period cf. Sekai toji zenshu, vol.12, Tokyo 1956, pl.60 ; and the bowl from T.Y. chao collection, included in the Hong Kong Oriental Ceramic Exhibition, Chinese Blue and White Porcelain and Related Underglaze Red, City Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong 1975, cat.131 and sold at Sotheby's Hong Kong, 18 November 1986, lot 72.