16C Antique Chinese Porcelain dish Phoenix Fenghuang Auspicious symbols Marked
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Condition Report: Restored (was in half), 1 chip and some fritting. Size 156x26mm DiameterxHeight
Sharing with you this interesting small dish dating to the late Jiajing or possibly early Wanli period. Decorated with a central scenen of a Phoenix/Fenghuang in flight. The rim is decorated with beribboned auspicious symbols.
Good wish mark at the base.
Similar pieces can be found in the book about the Santos palace, see pictures.
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|Region of Origin|
|China Dynasty Period||
Ming & Transitional (1368 – 1664)
Restored (was in half), 1 chip and some fritting. Size 156x26mm DiameterxHeight
Porcelain & Pottery
Jiajing (1521–1566), Wanli (1572-1620)