13 November 2001
A SET OF THREE UNUSUAL CHINESE IMARI DECAGONAL DISHES
Each painted in underglaze blue, iron-red and gilt with four ogival motifs amongst scrolling hibiscus around a central flower head, the fluted sides with floral panels alternating with blue vertical flutes below the moulded rim, fritted
10 in. (25.7 cm.) wide (3)
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A slightly smaller dish of this unusual form was sold in these Rooms, 9 May 1994, lot 96.
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