An early 18th Century Chinese barber or Shaving Bowl. Very good quality bowl being in very good condition, dating to Yongzheng to early Qianlong ca. 1730-1740.
On offer is a large sized deep Chinese porcelain bowl with sloping rim with a raised edge surrounding the round central bowl, with the chin recess to the bottom side. The bowl is detailed painted in the center with a garden scene with peony flowers a fence and a taihu rock in under glaze blue, iron red and gilding. The underside standing on a round foot rim. The rim with a continuous band of flowers, leaves and bookscrolls having an indentation for the neck. The footrim is unglazed, and pierced for suspension, 2 times 2 original small holes for hanging. This is an exceptional example of a quality early Chinese porcelain barbers bowl, in that the condition is remarkably fine, with only some wear from use such as small areas of glaze loss and 1 rimfrit only. Hardly no wear to the gilding! a Remarkable large and early piece!
Condition: In very good condition. No hairlines and chips, 1 frit at the rim only and some glaze loss from using, all clearly visible on the pictures! Rings well when tapped with finger nails!
Size: Measures about 30,5cm across and standing about 6,5cm height.
Will be packed very well and shipped with registered track/trace, with insurance.
- 18. Jahrhundert
- Herkunftsregion/ Herkunftsland
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Shaving bowl 30.cm
- Sehr guter Zustand, siehe Beschreibung
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