The vase is typical of the Imperial Yellow Famille Rose style, which was popular during the Qing dynasty. Imperial Yellow, meaning "yellow of the court", refers to the use of yellow glaze in the decoration.
Yellow was a symbol of imperial power and authority, as it was reserved for the emperor and his family. Famille Rose, meaning "pink family", refers to the use of pink enamel in the decoration.
Famille Rose porcelain often featured scenes of people, animals, plants, and landscapes, as well as auspicious symbols and inscriptions. Imperial Yellow Famille Rose porcelain was highly valued by the emperors and their officials, as well as by foreign traders and collectors. Dynasty Qianlong Marked - Circa 1900's that will enhance your collection and impress your guests.