Chinese Porcelain Polychrome Floral Plate with Chenghua Mark circa 1900Chinese Porcelain Polychrome Floral Plate with Chenghua Mark circa 1900Chinese Porcelain Polychrome Floral Plate with Chenghua Mark circa 1900Chinese Porcelain Polychrome Floral Plate with Chenghua Mark circa 1900Chinese Porcelain Polychrome Floral Plate with Chenghua Mark circa 1900

A colorful, finely painted, antique Chinese plate with a Ming reign mark.

A thinly potted porcelain dish decorated with different flowers surrounding a central medallion of two peaches. The designs were painted in iron red, rose, shades of green, and black over glaze enamels. The rim is slightly undulating and covered in a thin iron band. There are iron red bats equidistant on the underside. The plate has a shallow cut unglazed foot. The base is glazed, but you can see the potter’s wheel marks under the base glaze.

There is a four character reign mark on the base for the Ming emperor Chenghua in iron red.

MEASUREMENTS

7” (17.8 cm) diameter x 1” (2.5 cm) deep. Weighs 7.0 oz (200 g)

CONDITION

There are no cracks, chips, or breaks. It rings true. There are kiln flaws such as pimples, reserves and black spots. There are a few tiny enamel losses.

A delicately painted and potted Chinese porcelain to add to a collection or decorate your home.

Item ID: Por-2137

Chinese Porcelain Polychrome Floral Plate with Chenghua Mark circa 1900

$265 USD

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