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  • A Good Chinese Imari Saucer, Early Qianlong PeriodA Good Chinese Imari Saucer, Early Qianlong PeriodQuick View
    • A Good Chinese Imari Saucer, Early Qianlong PeriodA Good Chinese Imari Saucer, Early Qianlong PeriodQuick View
    • A Good Chinese Imari Saucer, Early Qianlong Period

    • $37.50
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    • Note – Please email me before ordering to ensure this item is in stock – thanks! Offered is a lovely classic Chinese Imari porcelain saucer, brightly decorated in a flower and rock motif; this piece measures about 4 3/4 inches across and weighs about 96 grams. It dates to the early Qianlong period, probably sometime between 1740 and 1760. Condition overall is very good, with one firing flaw shown in the third photo. This flaw…
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  • Dish | Immortal He Xiangu | Ko-sometsuke | China | Tianqi (1621-1627)Dish | Immortal He Xiangu | Ko-sometsuke | China | Tianqi (1621-1627)Quick View
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      Dish | Immortal He Xiangu | Ko-sometsuke | China | Tianqi (1621-1627)Dish | Immortal He Xiangu | Ko-sometsuke | China | Tianqi (1621-1627)Quick View
    • Dish | Immortal He Xiangu | Ko-sometsuke | China | Tianqi (1621-1627)

    • $750.00
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    • A Rare Tianqi mark and period dish decorated with the immortal He Xiangu on a cloud with a poem in nice deep cobalt colors. On the backside marked with Tianqi mark. The Daoist Immortal He Xiangu who, according to popular legend, was a fairy whose diet of powdered mother-of-pearl and moonbeams gave her immortality. The seven-character poem has been translated as 'Born upon an auspicious cloud, she returns to the fairy grotto'. Provenance: For two…
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