Production date
18th Century
Ceramic white and pale greenish turquoise enamel bowl. Outside graviata glaze in cerolese short line patterns with four finely enamelled mythical animals two dog types, one flying deer, one kylin and bats, various colours. Broken into 13 pieces plus a bag of very small shards.
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Height: 80mm (3 1/8")
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Marks/Inscriptions: Chia Ching seal in red.; Type of mark: Marks




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