One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Chinese enameled porcelain of particular periods in the 17th and 18th centuries with a predominant color, famille jaune (yellow), famille noire (black), famille rose (red), famille verte (green)‘the colored wares include versions of Chinese famille rose’as modifier ‘a fine famille verte saucer dish’
- ‘Famille noire items fell out of favor after the Kangxi period and were again immensely popular during the years of the Dowager Empress's influence.’
- ‘Pieces that exhibit small, careful brushstrokes are in general considered typical of Peking, while those that display a palette and brush technique strongly akin to famille rose porcelain of the period are considered to be Cantonese.’
- ‘These works are particularly beautiful, and are decorated with gilding as well as famille verte and fencai enamel glazes.’
- ‘This is also reflected in the porcelain market, where bright enamelled porcelains, famille rose and famille verte, fetch extraordinary prices.’
- ‘One Franklin artifact that did not reach the present unscathed is a frequently repaired famille rose Chinese export bowl (Pl. VI), probably purchased in London in the mid-eighteenth century.’
French, literally ‘family’.
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