A rare turquoise-ground gilt famille-rose tea boat, Seal mark and period of Jiaqing 清嘉慶 松綠地描金粉彩仿景泰藍茶船 《大清嘉慶年製》款
200,000 - 300,000 HKD
A rare turquoise-ground gilt famille-rose tea boat,
Seal mark and period of Jiaqing
There are two faint rim hairlines measuring approx. 1.7 and 1.2 cm at the 11 and 5 o'clock position of the mark. There is expected light wear to the enamels.
口沿五點鐘位置兩處毛細沖線，約1.7 及 1.2公分長。釉面見輕微磨痕，屬正常。
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The present tea boat belongs to a group of turquoise-ground enamelled porcelain wares made to imitate cloisonné enamel, a fascination started by the Qianlong Emperor and continued in the Jiaqing period. Such wares may have been commissioned in sets, as related tea wares of different forms were known. See a closely related teapot sold twice in our rooms, first in London 14th May 2008, lot 717 and again in these rooms, 7th October 2015, lot 3716; and another sold at Christie’s Hong Kong, 2nd November 1999, lot 572.