Lovely Kangxi period Cafe Au Lait Chinese Porcleain Bowls 8 immortal instruments
Condition Report: Bowl 1 with a line from rim and small chip to base rim. Also 1 frit to rim. Bowl 2 with 1 frit to rim and firing flaw in base. Size 130x63mm DiameterxHeight
Very unusual pieces of Cafe au Lait porcelain. Lovely examples of the Kangxi period.
The bowl are white at the base and inside and cafe au lait of the outside wall. Painted are the The Eight Buddhist Emblems (Bajixiang) and also with a hare/rabbit.
Marked with an unusual Fu symbol mark at the base
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|Region of Origin|
|China Dynasty Period||
Qing (1661 – 1912)
Cafe au Lait / Batavian Brown
Porcelain & Pottery
Bowl 1 with a line from rim and small chip to base rim. Also 1 frit to rim. Bowl 2 with 1 frit to rim and firing flaw in base. Size 130x63mm DiameterxHeight