A famille verte hexagonal miniature table
Kangxi period (1662-1722), Qing dynasty, China
清康熙 (1662-1722), 中國
Diameter: 25.5cm, 10 inches
直徑: 25.5 釐米
This miniature table is modelled with a hexagonal plane above a lingzhi-shaped apron and six short cabriole legs, with green, yellow, and black enamels applied on biscuit porcelain. The table’s top is decorated with seven stylised lotus roundels, with a black lotus in the centre surrounded by six of lighter colours, amidst leafy scrolls. The six cabriole legs and apron are decorated with numerous floral motifs on a light green ground.
Madame Carven Paris.
Two porcelain stands with enamels on biscuit of the Kangxi period (1662-1722) illustrated in ‘Catalogue of the Leonard Gow Collection of Chinese Porcelain’, by Robert Lockhart Hobson, 1931, London: George W. Jones, Plate LX No. 326 and Plate VI No. 328.
‘The Copeland Collection’, the Peabody collection of Salem 1991, figure 11.