Kangxi Period 1662-1722 Chinese Porcelain Saucer Dish Elegant lady Marked
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Condition Report: Fritting to the scalloped rim and minimal to base rim. 1 small chip to base rim also. 1 small firing flaw to wall underside. Size 155x27mm DiameterxHeight
Sharing with you this lovely, nice quality and very delicately shaped saucer dish from Kangxi period.
It’s delicately potted in a lobed scallop-edged shape, and painted in the central well with an elegant Lady (Liza) resting in a garden. The base is marked with a six-character Chenghua mark.
Women often represent an aesthetic ideal in Chinese art. In particular, early 18th century Chinese portrayals of women feature beauties at once wistfully graceful and at once sensuous. These images (such as the central scene painted in this dish) typically en-cloister women in the “private” domestic sphere of gardens and household interiors.
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|Region of Origin|
17th century, 18th century
Fritting to the scalloped rim and minimal to base rim. 1 small chip to base rim also. 1 small firing flaw to wall underside. Size 155x27mm DiameterxHeight
|China Dynasty Period||
Qing (1661 – 1912)
Porcelain & Pottery
Blue & White