Drove House Antiques, Ian and Brigid Rodgers
Chinese Transitional bowl c1640

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A Chinese Transitional period bowl, decorated in a calligraphic style with precious object

A Chinese Transitional period bowl, decorated in a calligraphic style with precious object

IRR_BMER342b

IRR_BMER342c

IRR_BMER342d

Description

An attractive, delicately-potted and translucent Chinese bowl with brown-dressed rim, decorated in underglaze blue in a calligraphic style, and dating from the late Ming or early Qing Transitional period. The outside of the bowl is decorated with scrolls and precious objects, all painted in a swift and calligraphic style.  The base has a single character mark within double underglaze blue circles.  Diameter 11.5cm (4.5).

The wooden stand is for display purposes only, and is not included in the price.

Dating: Transitional period, late Ming to early Qing c 1630 - 1660

Condition:

Excellent condition with no chips, cracks or restoration.  There is light wear to the glaze inside the bowl from use.

 

Price: 575

Our reference: IRR_BMER342 Please use this reference when contacting us about this item

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