A GROUP OF FIVE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWLS
China, Kangxi (1661-1722) to late 19th century. Consisting of three Kangxi period bowls, two smaller with lobed rim, floral designs and marks in a double circle medallion to the base. The larger painted with flowers and butterflies, marked in a double circle medallion to the base; and two 19th century bowls, the smaller one with a rocky landscape with a house, the other depicting five clawed dragons, the base with a mark reading “Man Tang Fu Ji”. (5)
Condition: Traces of use and wear, chips to lip or base, minor firing flaws and hairlines.
Provenance: Austrian Private collection.
Weight: 40 – 248 g.
Dimensions: Diameter 4 – 7 cm.