London, South Kensington
15 May 2009
TWO LIVER-RED GLAZED DISHES, DAOGUANG MARK AND OF THE PERIOD (1822-1851)
each with gently rounded sides and slightly flaring rim, both with Daoguang underglaze blue marks to the base; and a further muted liver-red dish, 18th Century, with high rounded sides, the glaze fading to a mushroom tone to the central well and foot, with Xuande six character underglaze blue mark within a double circle to the base -- 9 3/8in. (23.8cm.) diam. max. (3)
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