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Ming period Fahua Pottery Chinese Table screen Scholar Eight immortals with Shoulou in relief

Ming period Fahua Pottery Chinese Table screen Scholar Eight immortals with Shoulou in relief

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Condition Report: overall some ware to the pottery, small frits, some chips and was restored in half with some repainting. Small restored piece to left side as well. The top richt immortal has a restuck head. Size 160

A chinese porcelain table screen from the Ming period, 16/17th century. Decorated in High Relief With Shoulou on his crane and the Eight Immortals.⁠

This piece is considered part of the Fahua pottery family. Fahua Ware is Either Pottery or Stoneware with a Low Fired Vitreous Glaze often with the Highly Fluxed Colours Seperated by Thin Walls of Clay in the Manner of Cloisonne.

It is restored and has some repainting but still highly unusual.

Please enjoy this faboulas piece.⁠

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Additional Information

Weight 10 kg
Type

Region of Origin

Century

16th century, 17th century

Material

Porcelain & Pottery

Condition Report

overall some ware to the pottery, small frits, some chips and was restored in half with some repainting. Small restored piece to left side as well. The top richt immortal has a restuck head. Size 160