Rare Ca 1600-1640 Chinese Porcelain Ming Period Kosometsuke Plate FANS
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Condition Report: 1 firing flaw to rim, seems like a chip bit it is glazed. Also some firing flaws in base.Size 150x37mm DiameterxHeight
It’s 17th century chinese porcelain, Ming period, made for the Japanese market. Central scene of flower branches, the border with fans.
This unusual Kosumetsuke plate was used for the tea ceremony. Very nice.
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|China Dynasty Period||
Ming & Transitional (1368 – 1664)
Chongzhen (1627-1644), Tianqi (1620-1627)
Blue & White
|Region of Origin|
Porcelain & Pottery
1 firing flaw to rim, seems like a chip bit it is glazed. Also some firing flaws in base.Size 150x37mm DiameterxHeight