FIVE POLYCHROME ENAMELED PORCELAIN DISHES
China, Qing dynasty, Yongzheng period
To the center a familiar scene with a man struggling with manual work, near a woman and a child, the rim with a geometric ground on which four reserves with flowers and insects alternating with corollas, the back of one dish covered with an old paper with a stamp.
3,5 x 22 cm each
Provenance: Alberic Goethals (1843-1897); Italian private collection.
Alberic Goethals (1843-1897) was a photographer and owner of a textile factory in Belgium.