A Fine Late Ming Blue And White Export Porcelain Dish With A Solitary Dignified Official Jingdezhen ware. White porcelain of circular form with an everted rim, the interior painted in very fine underglaze cobalt-blue wash with a standing dignified official at the centre, dressed with traditional long robes a wide-brimmed hat, his left hand holding a. A cobalt-blue crenellated rim border, the reverse sparsely decorated with withered branches, a cobalt-blue Chenghua six-character seal mark within a circle to the base with chatter marks, typical kiln-grit adhering to the exterior and interior of the footring and some to the front interior, typical. Frits to the edge of the glazed rim (as expected), covered with a pale blue tinged glaze in darker hues where thick, partly soiled. Sets of five, ten or more would have been made to serve for.
Some various versions of porcelain dish with a dignified official have been published. Kawahara, 1977, monochrome plate 146, no.
Much lighter versions of porcelain with a solitary dignified official are illustrated in The Peony Pavilion Collection; Chinese Tea Ceramics For Japan, Christie's, London, 1989, lots 258 and 265. 16.2 cm (6.37 in) maximum cross diameter. The borders of fragile frits have developed into very trivial shallow glaze chips in general use (It is considered to be within the normal tolerance and accepted as an undamaged piece in Japan). Unless otherwise in good condition with no chips, cracks and restoration. Some manufacturing imperfections to the glaze and footring.
Some old wear to the glaze in general use. Are antiques and works of art with some age, which are unconditionally guaranteed to be genuine as described. The dimensions of each lot stated in the descriptive information are approximate. Due to lighting and shooting conditions, some colour variation and brightness in digital images may vary depending on your computer monitor settings and performance of monitors.Extra images on each lot will be provided upon request. Bank processing times vary from bank to bank and country to country.
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