canton enamel dish
canton enamel dish
canton enamel dish
canton enamel dish

14. Chinese Canton Enamel Lobed Dish

Early 20th Century.

A quite striking and very large Famille jaune Chinese Canton enamel lobed dish, with central image of a dragon and peacock. Very fine decoration.

Famille jaune is a variation of famille verte, using famille verte enamels on a yellow ground.

Condition: Fine. No damage, chips or cracks to enamel.

Dimensions: 28cm.

Provenance: Ex. Private collection, Hampshire, UK.


Canton enamel

Chinese painted enamel on copper developed in the late 17th century. It was produced mainly in the city of Canton, Guandong province in southern China, for export. Decoration was usually in the form of figures, flowers, and insects in the famille rose palette (see: famille jaune, noire, rose, verte). These wares are now some of the most attractive and affordable Chinese antiques for sale and include; dishes, plates, cups and vases.

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