A Pair of Famille Rose Baragon Tumed Style Bowls
DAOGUANG PERIOD (1821-1850)
of circular form with seven reserves depicting the Seven Regal Treasures
between lion mask and pendent bead garlands, with borders of the bajixiang,
bearing the Baragon Tumed two-character iron red mark to the underside.
Diameter = Approx. 13cm (5 inches)
This bowl once belonged to the porcelain service created in 1842 for the
celebration of the marriage of one of the Daoguang Emperor's daughters to
a Mongolian prince of the Tumed banner.