An 18th Century Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Sander
An 18th century Chinese blue and white sander, late Kangxi or Yongzheng c.1715-1730. The small heavily potted Chinese export porcelain sander is painted using the ‘pencil technique’ of lines without tonal wash. The design is commonly refered to as ‘The Hundred Antiques’ pattern and consists of treasures including, scrolls, censers, musical instuments as well as other precious objects.
In perfect condition.
Height : 6.2 cm
From a Private English Collection of Chinese Porcelain.