London, South Kensington
7 November 2002
A Polychrome Enamelled Dish Made for the Chinese Market
Edo Period, 18th Century
painted in wucai enamels with flower sprays to the center amid a continious band of figures on a terrace, underside decorated with flower sprays, pseudo Chinese underglaze blue six character mark to base -- 12 1/8in. (31cm.) diam.
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