Qing Qianlong antique, pastel character story chicken jar cup, 7.2cm high, 8cm diameter and 4.5cm bottom diameter. This antique pastel character story chicken jar cup of Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty has dignified shape and excellent manufacturing technology. The device has a round mouth, deep wall and shallow circle foot. On the outer wall, there are pictures of children raising their arms and feet to play with roosters. On the side, there are rocks and peony flowers. On the picture, the child's body is vivid, and the female chicken and four chicks are foraging and playing, with beautiful mountains and rocks. On one side, there are 132 words of poems inscribed by Emperor Qianlong. The description of "Qianlong bingshen imperial title" after the poem shows that the poem was completed in 1776, and it also suggests that this product may have been fired around the 41st year of Qianlong. After the poem, the two seals of "≡" and "long" are depicted in vermilion. At the bottom, it is written in blue and white seal script with six characters of "imitation of ancient times by Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty". In the bottom paragraph, the word "antique" points out that the work aims to imitate the "doucai chicken jar Cup" of Chenghua official kiln in the Ming Dynasty. According to the archives, the Qianlong official kiln imitated and fired the "colorful chicken jar cup in the kiln" in the 41st year, although it is impossible to further identify the imitator, that is, this exhibit. However, in the imperial poem, "it was still seen when Xuancheng was elegant, and Han mang Xiucai was always called Zhen, which was the crown of the middle chicken jar", which showed Qianlong's evaluation of Chenghua chicken jar cup.
This cup has gorgeous colors, lively pictures and exquisite shapes. It is not easy to show the royal style everywhere, and the collection is well preserved. It has high collection value! Interested collectors can contact the author.