Chine de commande dish, 18th century

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Description

Oval porcelain dish made in China for the European market – (so-called ‘Chine de commande’) – during the reign of Emperor Qianlong (1735-1796).
Nicely decorated with an urn-shaped vase with a bunch of flowers with two birds on each side. The border of the oval dish is decorated with garlands typical of the style during the reign of King Louis XVI of France.
Rare decoration.

Dimensions: approx. 28,5 x 37 cm.