A lovely thinly potted antique Chinese porcelain saucer with a central decoration of a person on horse back next to a tree with a bird in it, executed in a charming underglaze blue. In the border a decoration of identical patterns as in the center, surrounded by a rim with pine trees and blurry dots.
The mountains are executed in the Master of the Rocks style.
Handcrafted in ancient China during the Qing dynasty, early Kangxi period (ca. 1680). On the backside a decoration of sprays of bamboo, and the quite rare ’Mei Yu Ya Zhi’-mark (beautiful jade refined vessel). Guaranteed original and of the stated period.
Diameter: 10 centimeter.
Condition: The object is in very good condition, flee bites, without any hairlines or restorations. The condition is carefully checked with strong UV-light and bright translucent white light.
Shipping method: The item is securely packed and shipped with insurance, without stand.
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- Kangxi (1662-1722)
- Region/ Country of origin
- Title of artwork
- "Master of the Rocks" style - Horse rider and bird in tree - Marked ’Mei Yu Ya Zhi’
- Very good condition, see description
- 0×10×10 cm