KANGXI 1662 – 1722 Chinese Export Porcelain

A Very Large Kangxi Blue and White Porcelain Dish c.1700-1720. Painted in a Good Strong Cobalt Blue with a Central Design Comprising of Lotus Shape Panels Against a Seeded Ground, the Panels are Painted with Different Flowers. The Complex Border Contains Four Large Peacocks and Four Groups of Flowers.


In very good condition, a small rim chip to the back c.13 x 3 mm, small glaze chips and some minor fritting.
Width : 47 cm. (18 1/2 inches)
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For a Kangxi blue and white porcelain dish of this pattern and large size See : Pronken Met Oosters Porcelein (Stephen Hartog, Uitgeverij Waaders b.v. 1990) Page 62 Plate 42. A Kangxi dish of this type was acquired by the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1912, inventory number C792-1912. For another Kangxi porcelain dish of this pattern see our `Sold Items` number 20609. For a Kangxi porcelain dish of this pattern but of even larger dimensions (55 cm) see : Kangxi Blue and White (The Chinese Porcelain Company Exhibition Catalogue, New York 1988) plate 44.