London, South Kensington
6 November 2009
A YELLOW GLAZED DISH, HONGZHI MARK AND OF THE PERIOD (1488-1505)
raised on a low foot with gently rounded sides, covered in a uniform translucent pale yellow glaze, Hongzhi underglaze blue six-character mark to base -- 8½in. (21.7cm.) diam.
Plesch collection (Ch 22A); acquired from Bluett and Sons, London, June 1969.
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Adrian Joseph, Ming Porcelains, Their Origin and Development, London, 1971, p. 75, no. 102.
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THE PROPERTY OF MRS TRAUDI PLESCH, O.B.E. AND PROFESSOR PETER H. PLESCH
LOTS 133 - 216 INCLUSIVE
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