Provenance: From a French private estate.
Condition: Perfect condition with only minor wear and few firing imperfections.
Weight: 131 and 138.5 grams.
Dimensions: Diameters 12.5 and 12.8 cm. (2)
Each with rounded sides rising from a straight foot, the exterior painted in bright enamels and gilt with qizheng (Seven Royal Treasures) set on floral supports and leaf-shaped mandorla above cresting waves, the rim and foot encircled with a band of babao (Eight Auspicious Treasures) alternating with stylised shou characters, painted to the interior with a lotus medallion enclosing a double vajra.
Compare with a related pair of Baragon Tumed bowls, sold at Sotheby’s London in ‘Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art’, 15 May 2013, lot 326. Also compare with Jennings, Later Chinese Porcelain, plate CXII for another bowl from the same service. The service was made for the daughter of the Daoguang Emperor, who married a Mongolian prince of the Tumed banner.
重量：分別為131 及138.5 克
尺寸：直徑分別為12.5 與12.8 厘米