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Pronk Pattern in Chinese Imari #3524

Pronk Pattern Parasol Plate

Qianlong plate designed by V.O.C. appointed artist Cornelis Pronk (1691-1759) and first sent to China for production in 1734. It is the first of Pronk’s four known designs. In this case the design has been executed in the Chinese imari porcelain. While the subject matter of this plate is Asian in style, it is also distinctly European. Even two of the birds and the bullrushes are European.


Chinese Imari Bowl with Cover #4035

Covered Imari Punch Bowl

A truely superb Chinese Imari punch bowl with its original cover, beautifully decorated and presented on an ormolu shell and scroll custom stand. Very good condition, with the exception of a small line to the cover. Similar example in the Topkapi Museum. Circa 1725.


Lot of Rouge De Fer #2350

Lot of Reticulated Rouge de Fer

Chinese porcelain finely decorated in england after a pattern found on Japanese Imari wares and later used by Derby. Originally an armorial service made for Graham and then over painted in England – “Chinese Armorial Porcelain”: Pg. 666. For further discussion see “Ling Long” By Welsh.