Pair of Bronze Enamel Cloisonné Planters / Lamps, China Qing Dynasty

  • Period:18th or 19th Century 
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Dimensions (H x W x D):97 x 56 x 33 cm
  • Weight:10 Kg / Pair
  • Number of components:2
  • Condition:Good
  • Style:Asian Art / Qing Dynasty
  • Materials:Enamelled Bronze / Jade / Semi precious Stones
  • Price:4250 € / Pair

  • Belgium Delivery:Free
  • International Delivery:On request

Pair of bronze and cloisonné enamel planters (jardinières), China, Qing dynasty, probable Jiaqing period, mounted as a lamp in the 1970s (removable).

Rectangular with cut sides resting on four ruyi-shaped legs. Cloisonné enamel panels decorated with lotus flowers in spare cartridges against a background of foliage scrolls. Flat edges decorated and underlined with a Greek frieze.
Two shrubs and their jade leaves and semi-precious stones emerging from hard stone rocks.

The planters are in good condition, we will note some lack of foliage and semi-precious stone petals.