19th Century antique Chinese Qing period, blue and white porcelain starburst dish. It is called starburst however it depicts a chrysanthemum. There were many pieces with this design salvaged from the sunken ship Diana. This dish does not show signs of submersion. It is in very good conditions. There is an impressed mark on the back of the dish. It dates to the early 1800's. The plate has a firing line on the back. A firing line or kiln split is a firing crack that has occurred during the firing of a piece of pottery and porcelain. Firing lines are not damage that occurred after production. The firing line does not go through to the top of the plate. Please look over pictures as they are part of the description.
The plate is 8 11/16th" almost 9" in diameter.
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