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Diamètre: 11,1 cm. (438 in.)

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Provenance
With 'Sothebys, lot 5351' paper labels to the bases.
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Each dish is decorated with a lady and a boy surrounded by a moulded petal-form cavetto and rim.
Other examples of Kangxi period blue and white porcelain decorated with ladies and plants and with qi yu tang zhi marks to the base include a cup and a saucer formerly in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, sold at Christie's New York, 13-22 September 2016, lot 1885.

Post Lot Text

A SET OF THREE BLUE AND WHITE 'FIGURAL' SAUCER DISHES
CHINA, QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD (1662-1722)

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