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Subject:Yongzheng plate
Posted By: uverlord Mon, Jul 17, 2017 IP:

Could anyone tell me more about the quality of this fine porcelain plate (20.5cm) and if it is really from the Yongzheng period like marked?
Thank you!

Subject:Re: Yongzheng plate
Posted By: Bokaba Tue, Jul 18, 2017

Looks like a late 20th Century reproduction to me.


Subject:Re: Yongzheng plate
Posted By: Bill H Wed, Jul 19, 2017

Possibly late Republic-mid-20th century. Motif of "Eight Immortals on the Waves". Whoever painted this had a naïve appreciation of human anatomy, tending to give childlike hands and arms to some of the adult figures. I've seen similar porcelain paintings before. Here's a vase from around the same time and having more or less the same painting style. The past owner was of the opinion or had been given to believe it was Qianlong period.

Best regards,

Bill H.

Subject:Re: Yongzheng plate
Posted By: uverlord Wed, Jul 19, 2017

Thank you Bokaba and Bill for reply.
I found this charger decorated with a very similar scene.
But I have no access to other informations and pictures.

Subject:Re: Yongzheng plate
Posted By: uverlord Fri, Jul 21, 2017

Subject:Re: Yongzheng plate
Posted By: JLim Thu, Nov 23, 2017

Dear Uverlord

I think I'm with Bokaba on this object, for one reason; the double circle around the mark has been printed on. That automatically makes it very modern to my eyes.

Kind regards
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