A fine and unusual set of three early 19th century Chinese Daoguang marks and period famille-rose porcelain dishes, each delicately potted and finely painted with flowering plants, rockwork, butterflies and peaches amongst auspicious emblems, with details picked out in gilt, reverse decorated with three iron-red bats, the rim gilded and the base glazed white and each inscribed with the Daoguang reign mark in red and of the period. (Stands not included)
NOTE : It is very rare to find Daoguang dishes decorated with such unusual pattern.
DATE : Chinese, Qing Dynasty, marks and period of Daoguang (1821 – 1850).
MARK : iron-red six-character Daoguang seal mark on base.
SIZE : approximately 5 3/4" (14.5 cm) diameter.
CONDITION : one dish is perfect with two almost invisible pinhead size rim nibs noted for accuracy only, second dish with a small shallow rim flake, the third dish with a very faint hairline to rim. No other damage and no repairs.
SHIPPING : Inclusive.