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Fine Dragon Dish Yongzheng Mark & Period (1723-1735)

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Fine Dragon Dish Yongzheng Mark & Period  (1723-1735)
A rare thinly potted and finely painted deep dish depicting a four clawed dragon amongst cloud scrolls and flames. The decoration continues over the rim and around the underside of the dish in the innovative style that won Imperial favour during the early Qing dynasty. The Yuan/Ming "heaped and piled" technique of underglaze blue decoration is used to good effect on the head and claws of the dragon. The base carries the six character reign mark of the Yongzheng emperor within a double circle and this item was made during his reign (1723 - 1735). Condition - there is a light 3.2cm (1.25inch) hairline running from the rim just above the dragon's left claw (please see enlargements 6 & 7), a minute under rim chip (enlargement 5)and a small old restored rim chip (enlargement 8 & 9) but these are barely visible and the overall appearance is excellent. 26.5cm (10.4 inches) diameter; 4.5cm (1.7 inches)deep.

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