A well painted, deep blue dish from the 18th century with a design of bamboo, peony and birds overhead.
The thinly potted porcelain dish has a central painting of a rock with bamboo, peony and birds flying overhead and a floral border. The glaze feels thick, smooth and looks shiny. The shallow foot is cut and unglazed. The base is glazed. The cobalt used is a very dark blue more reminiscent of the Kangxi period.
The dish is unmarked.
5 3/8” (13.5 cm) diameter x 1” (2.5 cm) tall. Weighs 4.5 oz (130 g)
There are no cracks, chips, or breaks. There is one small glaze frit on the mouth rim, and slight wear on the well of the dish. There are kiln flaws, such as bumps, and pin hole reserves. The dish looks shiny and bright.
An amazing finely painted dish that will add to a blue and white collection.
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Chinese Qianlong Period Blue and White Dish 18th Century
$275 SALE PENDING
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