Description: Chinese porcelain painting wall plaque, potted in form of circular moon flask, with rounded body surmounting the splayed concave foot, two foo-dogs mask flanked on the collar, with short straight neck supporting the banded rim. The main body delicately decorated with waterside landscape painting within gilt quatrefoil flori form cartouche, interspersed by four bright aubergine chilong dragon encircling towards the circumference, entwined within dense of greenish scrolling tendrils against deep cobalt blue ground. The foot simulating a wood grain with darker shade patina over orange-reddish ground. The rim banded with repeating key fret ribbon beneath the gilt overglaze rim. The underside and interior covered in pale-turquoise-green glaze. Mark on base, six gilt seal script -ZhuanShu- characters, QianLong Reign Period of Great Qing.
Dimensions: Dimension: 7"H x 6"W
Date: Qing Dynasty
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