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A finely painted 'famille-rose' plate, Qing dynasty, Jiaging (1796-1820).

Painted in the centre with a palace setting with a lady carrying a flower-pot and attending servant, on a terrace two boys fishing, bordered by a band of gilt floral scrolls at the rim reserved with lobed panels of birds and landscapes in sepia, grisaille and iron-red. Diameter 19,7 cm.

Wear to gilding.

Droit de suite: No
Estimate: 

4 000 - 6 000 SEK

438 - 656 EUR

Hammer price: 
4 500 SEK
Saleroom notice

Loss of gilding.

Provenance

The Collection of a Swedish Connoisseur, Stockholm.

Literature

Compare David Howard & John Ayers, China for the West, p. 188-189, fig. 188, for a plate with the similar 'Rockefeller' pattern.

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The collection is a study collection, accumulated during a lifetime. The collector operated within the field of oriental works of art. Due to his knowledge and sense of quality he was of great help to many of the members on Kinaklubben (The China Club) with members such as the Swedish Crown Prince Gustav Adolf, Emil Hultmark and Carl Kempe. The collection is mainly acquired in Sweden and London.

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