VERY RARE and IN EXCELENT CONDITION, Pair of Chinese Qing Dynasty porcelain bowls. Very fine and delicately potted unto a bell shaped deep vessels, with angled cavetto elevated the steep sides toward the flaring rim, and raised upon a concaved foot base. The exterior decorated in carmine-red reversed glaze revealed the clean white bamboo motifs. The interior and base remain plain white underglazed.
Mark on base, a four underglaze iron-red seal script -ZhuanShu- characters enclosed within square frame border, Ju Ren Tang Zhi mark, "Hall where Benevolence Resides".
Dimensions: 2-1/4" H x 3-1/2" Dia. (Each)
From The Private Collections of Jean-Pierre Bradley. This special group of items were bought from an estate sale, the consignors were told that these items came from the first wife (pictured) of Jean-Pierre Bradley. Born in France and left in 1936 to become a long time resident from Georgia. A graduate of MIT in Electrical engineering was recruited to be involved in the initial planning of the first US ICBM. Throughout his life he had the opportunity to travel extensively . His travels led him to many foreign countries where he would buy treasures for his beloved wife. These items are believed to be a small part of the treasures he invested in. The Jean-Pierre Bradley's collections can be found from Lot-133 through Lot-174.