6 November 2009,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 3,500
GBP 600 - GBP 1,000
A SMALL SQUARE SAUCER DISH, MID 17TH CENTURY
raised on a low square foot, with slightly lobed corners, covered overall with a pale translucent blue-green glaze, Xuande underglaze blue six-character mark to the base -- 3 5/8in. (9.3cm.) wide, wood stand.
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Oriental Ceramic Society exhibition label to the base.
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Acquired from Bluett and Sons Ltd, London, 1st June 1970.
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