Chinese 18th century blanc de chine dog of fu / fo. made during the reign of the Emperor kangxi at th ekilns at Dehua in the Fujian Province
Very well modelled to show the male dog with there paw on a brocade ball .
Blanc de chine was the term given to white porcelain in the west but was made in the kilns at Dehua in the Fujian province. The porcelain is particulary white and fine grained
The Dogs were based around the monks dogs which would wait out side the temples for their masters and today are the Tibetan terrier.