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Chinese porcelain cup decorated with the 'Seven Regal Treasures', including the Wheel of the Law, the elephant, the horse, the jewel, a male deity, the Minister and the General, Daoguang reign.

Stock Number: 5111

Chinese porcelain cup decorated with the 'Seven Regal Treasures', including the Wheel of the Law, the elephant, the horse, the jewel, a male deity, the Minister and the General, all supported on lotus blossoms and stylised waves, the interior has an open pink lotus bloom and the base with the iron-red tumed marks in Mongolian script, c. 1830, Daoguang reign, Qing dynasty, h. 6 am, 2¼ in; d. 8,5 cm, 3½ in. Bespoke box. 4-18265    

Literature:

• Later Ceramics in South-East Asia, Sixteenth to Twentieth Centuries, by B. Harrisson, 1995 Oxford, p. 71 for two bowls with different decoration at the Princessehof Museum, The Netherlands,

• Qing Porcelain: Famille Verte, Famille Rose, by M. Beurdeley and G. Raindre, London 1987, p. 234, cat. 325 for other Bencharong patterns.

中國粉彩七政寶紋碗,碗外壁繪有法輪,大象,駿馬,珠寶,男神仙和兩位官員,皆立於蓮辦和水波之上,碗內畫盛開的粉色蓮花,碗底畫礬紅釉蒙文款,約1830年,清道光,高6釐米,2 ¼英吋;口徑8.5釐米,3 ½英吋。

參考文獻:

•《十六至二十世紀,晚期南亞陶瓷》,作者B. Harrisson,1995年牛津出版,見第71頁尼德蘭公主瓷器博物館藏兩件繪有不同紋飾的碗;

《清代瓷器:素三彩和粉彩》,作者M. Beurdeley及G. Raindre,1987年倫敦出版,見第234頁,編號325其餘本乍隆紋飾。