SEVEN CHINESE TRANSITIONAL BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN WARES, MID-SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.

Est. $700-$900
Sold: $1,560 ($1,300)

Comprising an octagonal bowl, painted in the center with a teapot and writing instruments on a tray, the exterior with lotus, daisy and prunus panels, width 3 ¾ inches; a ‘Scholar and Student’ bowl with a bird on the interior; a pair of ‘Dragons and Flaming Pearls’ dishes, each with sacred axe mark in underglaze-blue; a bowl painted in the center with emblems; a bowl painted with a river landscape view including a pagoda and sampan; and a dish with spiral compartments, seal mark in underglaze-blue, diameter 10 ¼ inches.

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