A CHINESE EXPORT BLACK AND GOLD LACQUERED BRISE FAN QING DYNASTY, JIAQING PERIOD, CIRCA 1800
Finely painted in gilt with a central shield shaped cartouche containing a monogram within a further shield shaped scroll work flourish reserved against a fine trellis and fruiting vine ground, flanked by two circular roundels, the gorge with a further oval roundel, the tips of each stick decorated with a stylised peacock feather design, twenty-six inner sticks and two guard sticks.
|Provenance||English private collection|
|Literature||A similar finely painted black lacquer grisaille fan dated to the Jiaqing reign can be found in the Guangdong Folk Arts Museum, illustrated in The East and West on Fans, Guangdong Folk Arts Museum Exhibition Catalogue Series II, published 2017, pg. 124 -|