Set of Four Chinese Porcelain Famille Rose Dishes Late 19th Century Circa 1880


This set of four Chinese porcelain dishes are hand painted in Famille Rose colors.
The center is filled with beautiful flowers separated by leaves in two tones of green.
The predominant colors are pink, orange, green, and turquoise with small touches of brown, and gray grisaille.
The Famille Rose color combinations are lovely, and the design is lively!
The colors were produced by mixing colored enamels with opaque white enamel.
Dimensions: 8.25″ diameter
Condition: Excellent
Price: $960

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Background of Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain

Famille Rose is a style of Chinese porcelain decoration introduced in the 18th century. Famille Rose is a Western classification for Chinese Qing dynasty porcelain known in various terms: fencai, ruancai, yangcai, and falangcai. The color palette is thought to have been introduced in China during the reign of Kangxi (1654–1722) and perfected in the following, Yongzheng era, when the finest pieces were made.
Apart from pink, many other soft colors are also used in famille Rose. The gradation of colors was produced by mixing colored enamels with opaque white enamel.

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