Two Polychrome Porcelain Bowls
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Two Polychrome Porcelain Bowls, China, 19th/20th century, a famille jaune bowl, the steep walls rising to a flared rim, decorated with four roundels each depicting peonies, scholar's rocks, and lingzhi sprigs, surrounded by scrolling florals on a yellow ground, six-character Daoguang mark on base, dia. 8, and a wucai bowl, the gently rounded sides decorated with "The Three Friends of Winter": bamboo, pine, and plum blossom, with "rice grain" indentations, the interior depicting a pair of ripe fruit, six-character Qianlong mark on base, dia. 5 5/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L. Rosenberg.
Minor enamel loss to largest bowl, two 1 in. hairlines to medium sized bowl, minor chips of foot rim of smaller bowl.
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