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    Posted 7 years ago

    Savers123
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    This is a hand painted plate. I think it is really old - maybe 17c.
    From the tip shop! It's strange the things people throw out.

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    Comments

    1. shrine shrine, 7 years ago
      It's likely to be an chinese export piece from late 18c. I am surprised it's dumped. Can be more certain if the bottom was exposed.
    2. shrine shrine, 1 year ago
      This style started in qianlong period and ends in taokuang/daoguang period. In other words, late 18c and early 19c. For this particular one, for the quality of painting, I would thought it’s from qianlong era.
    3. Savers123 Savers123, 1 year ago
      I still have it on my wall. Will look up qianlong era. Thnx
    4. Savers123 Savers123, 1 year ago
      I had a look on eBay and they were only a bit over $100. When I look on the back it has a hairline crack which has an old staple across it. I actually like things with a staple repair. Means someone liked it once. :)

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