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    Posted 6 years ago

    Mustangsal…
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    Anyone have any idea the era of these beauties? Set of 14 dinner plates with a few side pieces. I believe they are from the Ming Dynasty but I can't be sure.

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    Comments

    1. SpiritBear, 6 years ago
      The blue circles on the underside usually mean Japanese.
    2. Mustangsally68, 6 years ago
      Interesting. Thank you!
    3. apostata apostata, 1 year ago
      no it is not ming
      and how strange it might be it is not even kangxi
      the blue is off and the garlands are too extensive
      it got the fluidum on the bottom circles , and the rotton straw sedimentation on the bottom rim and probably the residu mocca on the front (scallop rim)
      the rolled barb wire in front is IMO the precursor of the french lily design in the quianlong blue white period period , so we must be committed to early batavia

      i think this is made around 1740

      they probably stole the rolled barbwire design from the the Ming Period

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