Group of Five Blue and White Figural Plates, Kangxi Period (1662-1722)
Including a pair of boys plates flanked by 100 antiques; a plate with ladies overlooking boys playing in an outdoor pavilion; a plate with Manchurians hutning; and the last with three finely dressed ladies
largest diameter 11.2" — 28.5 cm.
‘100 antique’ plates with spurious Chenghua mark; hunting plate with rare conch shell mark; three ladies plate with spurious Chenghua mark
ladies plate with small chip at 7 o’clock; one of pair of boys plates in good condition, the other with ‘v’ chip at 7 o’clock and 3.5 cm hairline at 6 o’clock; ladies and boys plate with chip at 3 o’clock and 2 o’clock, minor glaze fritting throughout the edge; hunting plate with chip underneath rim at 12 o’clock
Collection of Snuff Bottles, Porcelain, and Decorative Works of Art from an Important North York Collection, acquired in the 1960’s
Department: Asian Art
Ceramics: Blue and White