London, South Kensington
10 May 2006
A large blue and white dish, Kangxi
Painted with prunus on cracked ice ground on the interior, an underglaze blue 'Mandarin mark of honour'; and a large iron-red and gilt dish, painted with chrysanthemum and peony bouquets and demi flower-heads on the interior, an underglaze blue 'swastika in a lozenge' mark, Kangxi -- maximum 13 in. (34.8 cm.) diam. (2)
Blue and white dish, previously from the collection of the Earl of Powis, sold Christie's South Kensington 23rd November 1990, lot 295.
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