Famille Rose Charger, China, 19th century, low upturned bell-shape with slightly flaring rim, decorated with two roosters in a gated garden with peony and cockscomb flowers, a pink band of trellis pattern with stylized chilong scrolls in five oval cartouches, brown-glazed rim edge, ht. 2 1/8, dia. 14 1/8 in.
Provenance: The descendants of Dudley L. Pickman (1779-1846),and Charles G. Loring (1828-1902) of Massachusetts.
repaired chip to rim, loss of gilt details, surface stains, glazing flaws with pockmarks from clay impurities.
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