15 September 2011
A SMALL BLUE AND WHITE 'DRAGON' CUP
The deep body flaring from the foot before rounding upwards towards the rim, the interior sketchily painted with a flaming pearl in the center within a double line border below two four-clawed dragons striding around the sides amidst small clouds and flames below a single line border, the exterior plain, with an apocryphal Chenghua mark on the base
3½ in. (9 cm.) diam.
Hugh Moss Ltd., London, 1972.
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