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Kangxi Famille Verte Biscuit porcelain hexagonal Dish

£ 300

Category
Period
Reference
6236
Width
13.5 cm (5 1/4")
Chinese early 18th century biscuit porcelain famille verte hexagonal supper dish made at Jingdezhen Kilns during the reign of The Emperor kangxi.
The dish is painted to the centre with hollow rock and a flowering prunus tree. The top is painted with demi flower heads on the corners and a geometric pattern under the green enamel.
Biscuit porcelain was a quicker form of firing and making pieces as it missed out on the firing before enamalling so making the piece more prone to damage
the supper sets fitted to together around a larger central plate so forming a large group
Width
13.5 cm (5 1/4")
Year
c1700
Collections
Sold through Woolley and Wallis in 2002 Feb
Condition
Small glaze chip to edge