The embroidery depicts flowers and berries in an elaborate Falangcai porcelain vase which is also neatly stitched with a reign mark and is standing atop an elaborate pedestal. On a jagged rose-colored base, there is a flowering bush in a low quatrefoil flowerpot, next to the vase. The crème colored panel is framed by a layered hem border with intricate floral weaving.
Shape: square panel
Dimensions: 51 x 51 cm
Condition: Very good condition with only minor signs of age and use such as very minor flows to background silk
Provenance: From the estate of Albert T Quon, Beverly Hills. Mr. Quon was born in China and came to the US as a teenager. He graduated from USC in 1928 and established a successful import/export business in both China and the US. He was the first Chinese American to purchase property in Beverly Hills. He also became the first Asian to serve on the Board of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. He donated millions of dollars to his Alma mater, USC. There is a statue of him on USC campus and a classroom was named after him.
尺寸： 51 x 51 厘米
來源：加利福尼亞州比利夫山Albert T Quon遺產。Quon先生生於中國，青年時代去了美國。1928年畢業於南加利福尼亞大學后從事于中美進出口貿易。他是第一個在比利夫山莊購買房地產的華裔。他也成爲第一個 洛杉磯商會的亞洲人。他給他的母校南加州大學捐贈了上百萬美金。在大學裏有一座他的雕像，一個教室以他的名字命名。