An attractive Chinese saucer, moulded with two rows of petals, decorated with overglaze famille verte enamels, and dating from the Kangxi period. The centre of the saucer is decorated with a bird sitting on rockwork, surrounded by peony plants and flowers. Rhe rim is decorated with a band of flowering plants including lotus, chrysanthemum and peony. The back of the saucer has further flower sprays around the rim and a conch shell mark in underglaze blue to the base. Diameter 12.9cm (5.1”)
From our personal reference collection.
Dating: Kangxi c 1700 - 1720
This saucer is in excellent, undamaged, condition with no chips, cracks or restoration.