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18th C Chinese Export Famille Rose Porcelain Saucer

18th C Chinese Export Famille Rose Porcelain Saucer

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In the 18th century, Chinese porcelain export dishes with floral patterns gained immense popularity in Europe and North America. These wares, primarily produced in the Jingdezhen kilns, featured intricate hand-painted designs often inspired by both Chinese and Western botanical motifs. The Qing Dynasty (1644–1912) saw a surge in demand for these pieces, driven by a fascination with chinoiserie. Export porcelain was tailored to Western tastes, often incorporating famille rose and famille verte palettes. These dishes not only served as tableware but also as prestigious decorative items in Western households.

This is an unusual, lobed example of 18th C Chinese export ware decorated in a famille rose pattern that was common during the period. There doesn't appear to be any damage other than firing imperfections.  Please review all pictures carefully as part of the description. Additional pictures will be provided upon request. The diameter is approximately 5.25 inches.

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