Rare Ca 1600-1660 Chinese Porcelain Ming Period Kosometsuke Plate Copper Red
Condition Report: minimal rimfritting, 2 small chips, 5 kintsugi filled lines and some firing flaws in front and base. Size 151x23mm DiameterxHeight
Porcelain with underglaze blue and underglaze red decor.
Ming dynasty, Tianqi or Chongzhen period (1621-1644)
The scene is a of garden enlivened by insects with rocks in the centre and blossoms sprouts/bamboo. The edge of the plate continues the garden theme in the charming combination of underglaze blue and underglaze red decoration with the depiction of white grapes and tendrils as well as insects. Four stylized flower motifs adorn the underside.
For a similar plate with a different theme in the mirror, see Marchant 1980, cat. no. 9
Chinesische Porzellane des 17.Jahrhunderts für Japan – Sammlung Georg Weishaupt, Berlin
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|China Dynasty Period||
明 (1368 – 1620)
|Decoration Type / Colour||
Copper Red, 青花
|Region of Origin|
minimal rimfritting, 2 small chips, 5 kintsugi filled lines and some firing flaws in front and base. Size 151x23mm DiameterxHeight