A GROUP OF 13 PORCELAIN PLATES
Japan and China, Kangxi period (1661-1722) to 19th century. Consisting of seven 19th century plates, five of them painted in underglaze cobalt blue, one with a mark to base, and two Imari plates attractively decorated, one with an apocryphal Wanli mark to base and the second with an inscription “rich long life” to base. Four blue and white Kangxi lobed plates, one with a Kangxi mark to base. And finally, two Japanese plates, the first with raised rim and underglaze blue decoration mixed with enamel painting; the second a very rare plate worked in two techniques, the center worked in cloisonné and the borders painted in underglaze cobalt blue, the base with a Japanese inscription, possibly Seto ware. (13)
Condition: Traces of use and wear, minor firing flaws, some with small chips and hairlines and a couple with old repaired chips.
Provenance: Austrian Private collection.
Weight: 50-507 g.
Dimensions: Diameter 10 - 24 cm.
Nachverkauf: € 1.643