Porcelain bowl, multi-coloured enamels and gold rim. Underneath with the six-character seal mark of the Daoguang period. Photo courtesy Auctionata

Detailed landscape scene with pagodas and immortals. Excellent quality of painting. Convex base. Measurements: 16.5 x 7.5 cm (diameter x height). Perfect condition. Estimation : 2 000 / 2 500 €

Provenance: from a German private collection

This exquisitely decorated porcelain bowl dates back to the Qing Dynasty and was manufactured during the reign of Emperor Daoguang (1821-1850).The bowl has a small, accentuated foot rim and a convex shaped base.
The wall is hand-painted in relief overglaze enamels. Depicted is a landscape with elaborately rendered rocks and pine trees as well as small pavilions.
The scene shows immortals, archaic bats and different sorts of flowers, further buildings and clouds.
The overall depiction impresses due to its fine, detailed execution.
The edge of the bowl is adorned with a golden rim, which adds further to the high quality of this fine piece.
The underside shows a precisely executed six-character mark of the Daoguang Period (1821-1850) in iron red.

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