20 March 2013
A Small Blue and White Porcelain Dish
Joseon dynasty (19th century)
The circular dish decorated in underglaze blue in the shallow interior with a central character for good fortune surrounded by a band of chestnut boughs within a double-line border, the short ring foot encircled by a single blue line and the whole, save the foot rim, covered by a blue-tinged clear glaze
5 7/8in. (15.1cm.) diameter
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A similar dish sold in these Rooms, 24 October 1991, lot 913.
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