Estate~ Mid19th C. Antique Famille Rose Medallion Bowl 9" Nomark *exquisite
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Estate~ Mid19th C. Antique Famille Rose Medallion Bowl 9" Nomark *exquisite:
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This porcelain china collection,currently being listed, represents some of the finest artistry in the use of the family rose or pink palette. Between 1840 and 1880 the Mandarin style pattern suddenly changed among Chinese artisans. It developed into a style recognized as Famille Pink or Rose Medallion designed for export to meet European and Americandemand. Each porcelain piece is meticulously hand-painted in a motif of either four or six alternating panels of floral sprays and scenes of Asian figures such as court ladies on a terrace. Centered is the gilt medallion which bears China's national flower, the pink Peony embellished by bright yellow butterflies, rich green vines and gold, flora, and exotic birds likened to the Banting. The enamels are bright and thick, showing minimal wear, with a clear glaze. Indeed, harmony is the theme ofFamille Rose china.
ROSE MEDALLION BOWL
Exquisite work of art, vibrant, detailed,thisporcelain bowl is exceptional. Itmeasures9" dia,1 1/2” deep, no chips, cracks or repairs. It is unmarked which dates it to mid 1800's.This fine collection comesfrom a private estate Martha's Vinyard, Mass.
Imagesin this listing are of the actual item(s), thephotos have not been enhanced,only adjusted light/darkto match the color hues in the porcelain pieces.
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. On Jul-18-13 at 11:06:37 PDT, seller added the following information:
PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE YOU offer.
I'm embarrassed about this but I did not describe this bowl accurately. I'm compelled to remove it from the listing and have contacted and waiting to hear back from the current buyer.
While packing the bowl I discovered two flaws:
1. Inner rim rubbing (you'll notice two thin white lines in the listing photo
2. A small speck of white on the inside outer rim as if a fleck of green paint had been scraped off the surface (see if you can spot it in one of the listing photos).