PAIR Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Dishes, Court Scene, 18/19thC, Possibly Kangxi. Date: 18th to 19th Century, Possibly Kangxi Period. Design Elements: Shallow porcelain dishes decorated in underglaze blue with a central panel depicting two maidens and a young boy in a court scene. Smaller panels around the rim with scholars and boys alternating with ruyi-head and floral designs. Underside of rim with two stylized floral sprays.
Old handwritten labels on foot of each dish. Diameter: 18.4 cm / 18.6 cm (7.24 in / 7.32 in). CONDITION: One foot rim with 1.1 cm chip to inner edge of foot rim from prior to firing as the piece is adhered in the glaze. Multiple other tiny shallow chips to foot rim each 2mm or smaller. Tiny firing flaws/pitting, light wear and scratches to glaze.
Light wear to foot rims. OUR IMAGES ARE OUR DESCRIPTIONS.PLEASE VIEW THEM CAREFULLY FOR CONDITION. WE SELL ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES - YOU SHOULD EXPECT SOME WEAR AND MINOR SCRATCHES FROM USE. WE DO OUR BEST TO HONESTLY REPORT CONDITION. NOTE: Due to differences in computer monitors and different lighting conditions, there may be some variations in this item's appearance. Please read description of color.
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We use new boxes and packing supplies for maximum protection. More than just a pretty picture.FREE scheduling, supersized images and templates. The item "PAIR Chinese Blue & White Porcelain Dishes, Court Scene, 18/19thC, Possibly Kangxi" is in sale since Tuesday, June 26, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Plates".
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