8 November 2016
A PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE 'CHICKEN' BOWLS
QIANLONG SIX-CHARACTER SEAL MARKS IN UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND OF THE PERIOD (1736-1795)
Each bowl is colourfully decorated with cockerels, hens and chicks amongst rocks, bamboo, peony and chrysanthemum sprays.
5 3/8 in. (13.6 cm.) diam.
Christie's London, 15 July 2005, lot 29.
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