A Famille rose enamels porcelain plate with a mandchu mark Maximize

A Famille rose enamels porcelain plate with a mandchu mark

famille verte enamels porcelain.
China
Daoguang period (1820-1850)
Qing
Diameter : 19 cm
French private Collection

The plate with a very slightly flared shape, resting on a short foot, decorated with a rich concentric decoration of overglaze Famille rose enamels. In the center, a blooming lotus flower with a double vajra, then a frieze of stylized Shou characters and alternate Buddhist emblems. The border decorated with the Seven Emblems of the Chakravartin (the wheel, the jewel, the queen, the minister, the elephant, the horse, the general) resting on lotus petals-shaped halo and alternating with heads of monsters holding pearl ornaments. The rim with a frieze of stylized Shou characters and alternate Buddhist emblems. The backside of the border decorated with the motifs of the Eight Buddhist Emblems in red and gold enamels. The base with an overglaze iron-red mark in Manchu.