Pair of 'Famille verte’ lidded vases, Kangxi period (1662-1722), H 52 cm. Bertrand de Lavergne at BRAFA 2021.

Chinese porcelain decorated with the donkey rider motif and an attendant in mountainous landscapes, birds, lotus, squirrels, grapes, flowers, rocks and precious things.


‘Famille rose’ dish, Yongzheng period (1723-1735), Ø 35 cm. Bertrand de Lavergne at BRAFA 2021.

Chinese porcelain dish decorated with a famous romance scene of figures on a bridge in front of a pavillion.


Famille rose’ tureen, Qianlong period (1736-1795), circa 1775, H 12.5 x W 29.5 x D 21 cm. Bertrand de Lavergne at BRAFA 2021.

Chinese moulded porcelain with ‘tobacco leaf’ decoration and flowershaped handles and knob.
The so-called ‘tobacco-leaf pattern’ was typically ordered for the Portuguese market and would have been inspired by exotic fabrics.

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