1890's Chinese Export Qing Dynasty 19th c. Famille Rose Miniature Vase
#AD284 China Qing Dynasty Miniature Tiny Porcelain Vase
A beautiful tiny 5 inch tall original antique miniature Chinese enameled famille rose porcelain vase, with hand painted coloured enamel. It has hand painted design of a courtyard scene and 3 men, with two other portraits of men around top edge. It is from the 19th century, Victorian era Qing Dynasty. The colours are the typical rose famille pink, orange, green, lime green, yellow and gold gilding. It has a top orange painted rim.
It is in very good condition with no repairs, chips, cracks or dents. These pieces have firing marks, stray enamel lines and firing irregularities done in the manufacture, which add to the character and charm. This beautiful old piece was found in Totnes, Devon, England. As seen in photos, it fits nicely in the palm of your hand.
Size: 5 inches tall x 2.25 inches wide
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