Explore Early Yongzheng, Yongzheng Period, and more!

Explore related topics

Potted in an imperial kiln, most likely over three centuries ago during the early Yongzheng period (1722-1735), there are only a handful of pieces in existence that are comparable to this falangcai cup.  The plum blossom was a popular motif in Chinese art and represents the five blessing of longevity, health, wealth, happiness and a peaceful death, while the green bamboo spray symbolises scholarly integrity and virtue http://ow.ly/WPnD306nbHI

Potted in an imperial kiln, most likely over three centuries ago during the early Yongzheng period (1722-1735), there are only a handful of pieces in existence that are comparable to this falangcai cup. The plum blossom was a popular motif in Chinese art and represents the five blessing of longevity, health, wealth, happiness and a peaceful death, while the green bamboo spray symbolises scholarly integrity and virtue http://ow.ly/WPnD306nbHI

A Pair of Rare 18th Century Chinese Export Porcelain Stands, Yongzheng or Early Qianlong c.1730-1750. The Stands Have a Raised Rim Around the Edge of the Star Shape Tops Which are Pierced and Decorated in Blue and White.   These rare 18th century porcelain stands appear to be Near East in style, they could possibly be for draining something or perhaps they are trivets for Near Eastern form ewers. An alternative source of inspiration could be Dutch Delft Pottery.

A Pair of Rare 18th Century Chinese Export Porcelain Stands, Yongzheng or Early Qianlong c.1730-1750. The Stands Have a Raised Rim Around the Edge of the Star Shape Tops Which are Pierced and Decorated in Blue and White. These rare 18th century porcelain stands appear to be Near East in style, they could possibly be for draining something or perhaps they are trivets for Near Eastern form ewers. An alternative source of inspiration could be Dutch Delft Pottery.

Teapot, porcelain painted in polychrome enamels with coat of arms, China, Yongzheng reign period, ca. 1730, with decoration possibly added in Europe

Teapot, porcelain painted in polychrome enamels with coat of arms, China, Yongzheng reign period, ca. 1730, with decoration possibly added in Europe

Yongzheng Emperor was the third emperor, Qianlong Emperor was the fourth.He was one of the sons of Yongzheng. In particular, during his early rein, Qianlong Emperor managed to inherit his father’s artistic taste and aesthetic sentiment. His nostalgic sentiment was best embodied in imperial porcelain and pottery making. Plenty of important porcelain and pottery categories of the Yongzheng Period continued in early Qianlong Period, with identical quality and styles to each other.

Yongzheng Emperor was the third emperor, Qianlong Emperor was the fourth.He was one of the sons of Yongzheng. In particular, during his early rein, Qianlong Emperor managed to inherit his father’s artistic taste and aesthetic sentiment. His nostalgic sentiment was best embodied in imperial porcelain and pottery making. Plenty of important porcelain and pottery categories of the Yongzheng Period continued in early Qianlong Period, with identical quality and styles to each other.

A pair of rare Chinese 'PRONK ' square tapering vases, Yongzheng-Early Qianlong period, circa 1734-1740

A pair of rare Chinese 'PRONK ' square tapering vases, Yongzheng-Early Qianlong period, circa 1734-1740

A Pair of Rare 18th Century Chinese Export Porcelain Stands, Yongzheng or Early Qianlong c.1730-1750. The Stands Have a Raised Rim Around the Edge of the Star Shape Tops Which are Pierced and Decorated in Blue and White.   These rare 18th century porcelain stands appear to be Near East in style, they could possibly be for draining something or perhaps they are trivets for Near Eastern form ewers. An alternative source of inspiration could be Dutch Delft Pottery.

A Pair of Rare 18th Century Chinese Export Porcelain Stands, Yongzheng or Early Qianlong c.1730-1750. The Stands Have a Raised Rim Around the Edge of the Star Shape Tops Which are Pierced and Decorated in Blue and White. These rare 18th century porcelain stands appear to be Near East in style, they could possibly be for draining something or perhaps they are trivets for Near Eastern form ewers. An alternative source of inspiration could be Dutch Delft Pottery.

YONGZHENG PERIOD PORCELAIN DISH: Geese. Beautifully enameled in pure Chinese taste, early 18th Century Yongzheng Period, porcelain dish; with exquisitely enameled design of geese amid grasses to the front and to underside; D: 10"

YONGZHENG PERIOD PORCELAIN DISH: Geese. Beautifully enameled in pure Chinese taste, early 18th Century Yongzheng Period, porcelain dish; with exquisitely enameled design of geese amid grasses to the front and to underside; D: 10"

An Early 18th Century Biscuit-Porcelain Turquoise Shallow Bowl,Late Kangxi, Yongzheng or Early Qianlong c.1700-1750.

An Early 18th Century Biscuit-Porcelain Turquoise Shallow Bowl,Late Kangxi, Yongzheng or Early Qianlong c.1700-1750.

A Plain Chinese Export Porcelain Saucer Shaped Dish, Yongzheng or Early Qianlong Period c.1730-1750. Decorated in Holland c.1730-1750 in the Chinese Famille Rose Style with a Bird on a Branch.

A Plain Chinese Export Porcelain Saucer Shaped Dish, Yongzheng or Early Qianlong Period c.1730-1750. Decorated in Holland c.1730-1750 in the Chinese Famille Rose Style with a Bird on a Branch.

Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas
Search