This is a finely hand painted Chinese Export porcelain bowl from the 18th century, Qing dynasty, Qianlong period, 1736-1795.
The bowl is beautifully decorated with two panels of figure scenes alternating with two magenta border panels, all in the famile rose palette. The figural scenes include five figures in all, one being a child, with both scenes in outdoor settings with a wall or fence, trees, and houses. The design is hand painted over-glaze with rich polychrome enamels of green, red, pink, burnt orange, blue and magenta all in varying shades. The inner bowl has a hand painted border around the rim with a symbol in the base of the bowl.
The bowl is unmarked to the base.
Height: 5.72 cm (2.25 in)Diameter: 11.18 cm (4.4 in)
GoodWear consistent with age and use. Overall Good. One very small rim chip with some slight rim frits. NO cracks, NO Hairlines, NO restoration. Please see the images.