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Antique Chinese Wanli 1573-1620 Chinese Porcelain Dish Cranes Ruyi FU Marked

Antique Chinese Wanli 1573-1620 Chinese Porcelain Dish Cranes Ruyi FU Marked

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Condition Report: Perfect condition, just some frits to base rim. Size 194x35mm DiameterXHeight

Perfect condition.

A very nicely decorated Saucer Dish with a central reverse decorated scene of Cranes in flight amonst clouds. The base has an unusual mark in two squares, probaby FU, Good luck or Happiness.

Wanli Period 1573-1620

These kind of dishes are will described in the literature, similar piece pictured in for example:
Leaping the Dragon Gate, Butler, page 144, 1.129
Wanli shipwreck, page 232-233

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Additional Information

Weight 5 kg
Region of Origin

Primary Material

Type

China Dynasty Period

Ming & Transitional (1368 – 1664)

Category

Blue & White, Kraak

Century

16th century, 17th century

Condition Report

Perfect condition, just some frits to base rim. Size 194x35mm DiameterXHeight

Material

Porcelain & Pottery

Emperor

Chongzhen (1627-1644), Tianqi (1620-1627), Wanli (1572-1620)