Chinese early 18th century blue and white porcelain deep saucers. Made at the end of the reign of the Emperor Kangxi or the start of the Emperor Yongzheng’s reign.
Intricately painted to the sides with a cell border on the rim and a hatched geometric design to the inside with shaped panels of flowers.
The centre is painted with a jardinière of bonsai including pine tree and bamboo with hollow rock and grasses.
The underside is painted with foliage and flowers to the sides. The base has a double circle around a six character Cheng H’ua mark.
Excellent painting and colour
When stood flat the rim is 2.7cm off the surface