A very similar Jiaqing-marked bowl, but with six primary blossoms, is in the Palace Museum, Beijing, illustrated in The Complete Treasures of the Palace Museum - Porcelains with Cloisonne Enamel Decoration and Famille Rose Decoration, Hong Kong, 1999, pl. 180.
The design on the present bowl follows closely to that on its Qianlong prototype, with only slight variations on the colours used on the flowers. Cf. a bowl with a blue-enamel Qianlong mark, from the Jarras Collection, Part II, sold in these Rooms, 8 October 1990, lot 323; one in the British Museum, illustrated by H. Moss, By Imperial Command, Hong Kong, 1976, pl. 6; one in the Shanghai Museum, illustrated in Chugoku Toji Zenshu, 1981, Japan, vol. 21, pl. 111; and another from a private collection in Paris, illustrated by M. Beurdeley and G. Raindre, Qing Porcelain: Famille Verte, Famille Rose, London, 1987, no. 183, where the authors suggest that the bowl was a birthday present, as evident from the wufu, denoting the Five Blessings, on the interior.