PAIR CHINESE HAND PAINTED PAIR EXPORT DISHES QIANLONG PERIOD 1711-1799
An Exceptionally Fine Quality Matched Pair of Hand Decorated in underglaze blue on white ground Chinese Serving Dishes of shaped oval outline, last quarter of the Eighteenth Century, Qianlong period.
Each central reserve painted with a traditional Pagoda and Landscapes with Peacocks and flowers, within a floral and diaper banded border.
Condition: Good condition for such early pieces except for one small loss at edge of one charger, see last image.
Height: 10.5” (27cm). Width: 14” (35.5cm).
Shipped to The Hague, Netherlands
The Qianlong Emperor was the sixth Emperor of the Manchu-led Qing Dynasty, and the fourth Qing Emperor to rule over China proper. Born Hongli, the fourth son of the Yongzheng Emperor, he reigned officially from October 1735 to February 1796.