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Porcelain plate with Mandarin figures decoration at a tea scene. China, Qianlong Period around 1780 (jiaging influence )

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    Posted 12 months ago

    carmenisacat
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    Unmarked, handpainted little gem. I am dying to know what it is. Porcelain plate with Mandarin figures decoration at a tea scene. China, Qianlong Period around 1780 (jiaging influence)
    Big thank you to apostata!!!!
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    1. carmenisacat carmenisacat, 12 months ago
      Wow. You know so many things! I’m excited that it is old...100 years about so it is truly a grand first find for me. Thank you so much. I do think the garland is unique after a cursory look at some comparable items. It must be the key to the mystery. ??
    2. apostata apostata, 9 months ago
      actually i think i blundered i, thought it was a copy , but actually i think its an original only its of a minor quality

      Porcelain plate with Mandarin figures decoration at a tea scene. China, Qianlong Period around 1780 (jiaging influence )

      i got no excuses , i just BLUNDERED, but it,s a blunder in your advAntage, i thought it was a copy because of mediocre quality

      type and you will find

      again excuses, this ought to be nobrainer , i am getting old



    3. carmenisacat carmenisacat, 21 days ago
      How interesting! I just noticed something today on TV about an older piece that was very similar to mine and felt my plate was much older. I appreciate that you returned here and how strange is it that I just checked on this piece to see if anyone else had commented. Wow. Fantastic. Officially the oldest thing in my collection beside a book published in the late 1600s. I'm totally psyched. Peace and gracias to you for your attention.

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