GBP 1,200.00

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Object Description

This is a beautifully hand-painted Chinese porcelain blue and white plate from the Qing, Kangxi period, 1662-1722.

The plate is finely potted with a carefully cut base rim and a lovely rich glassy, very light blue glaze.

The plate is exsquitely hand-painted in a free flowing style, characteristic of the period, in varying shades of a clear cobalt blue. The central well is decorated in superb detail with a flower basket, all within two sets of concentric blue circles. The cavetto is richly decorated with flowers emanating from rocks in a three section border, all within an outer blue circle.

The central base has a recognized and documented Kangxi symbol of a four legged ding (incense burner), hand-painted within a double blue circle. See Page 220 of Chinese Blue and White Porcelain by Duncan Macintosh by the Antique Collectors’ Club.

There are also three sets of floral sprigs hand-painted around the base rim.

We date this fine plate to circa 1700 or possibly earlier and within the Kangxi period range of 1662-1722

A most beautiful Chinese Plate of superb quality.

Object Condition

Wear consistent with age and use. Overall Good. Some rim fritting & nibbles plus a few small foot rim nibbles. NO Cracks, NO Hairlines, NO Restoration.
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