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    Posted 9 years ago

    mikeeireland
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    My aunt purchased this item from an antique store recently, she had been eyeing it up for years and eventually bout the item.

    She has asked me to find out as much as I can about the image and the origins of the plate. Unfortunately I'm new to this so I'm at a loss at to its origin or image.

    I assume the picture is depicting a Chinese story of some sort, I am ruling out Japanese as the style depicted Chinese dress and facial hair.

    Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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    Comments

    1. ItalianGlassDecor ItalianGlassDecor, 8 years ago
      Japanese Nabeshima ware painted in the Chinese style on Eggshell porcelian. Just exquiste as the Japanese are absolutely brilliant at what they do.

      Dean
    2. mikeeireland mikeeireland, 8 years ago
      Thank you for the response, she will be happy to hear this
    3. mikeeireland mikeeireland, 8 years ago
      Could anyone comment on the story or tale that this image represents. I am not up on my Chinese mythology / stories but would love to know what the image is depicting
    4. SEAN68 SEAN68, 8 years ago
      is there any markings on the back of the plate?
    5. mikeeireland mikeeireland, 8 years ago
      Hi Sean, thanks for comment, Unfortunately not, this was the first thing I checked.
    6. shrine shrine, 8 years ago
      Dean was right, 100% agree. The figures are called seven deities of fortune(one in background).

      Check this picture
      http://www.katsushika-kanko.com/3_katsushika/shichifuku/img/shichifuku_top.gif
    7. mikeeireland mikeeireland, 8 years ago
      Thanks Shrine, this is brilliant information, thanks all for the leads, I will now look up these 7 figures. Cheers from Dublin, Ireland

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