The rim with a polished chip in one area (see detail).One slight short crack (ditto). No other faults.
Would fit a figure with a base of max. width 16.0 cm.
One tiny chip to one strut. The jointed leg elements are all manufactured without glue and in good order.
Would fit a bowl with max. footrim diameter of slightly over 6 cm.
One foot damaged ( see photo). No other faults.
Would fit a jar or vase with footrim of max. diameter slightly under 14.0 cm.
Would suit a vase with footrim of max. 10.5 cm. diameter.
Would fit a vase of max. 13.5 cm. footrim diameter.
Hairline: 2.7 cm. A couple of slight frits. No other faults.
3 cm. hairline to saucer at 1.00. No other damage.
The enamelling on the bowl is very bright and the blue on the saucer particularly successful. The blue bird in flight on the saucer suggests the influence of Kakiemon.
The huqqa base has been slightly cut down. No other faults.
Two very small chips to reverse ( see details). No other faults.
The Victoria and Albert Museum has a charger of a very similar design.
A very attractive charger, the design symmetrical and boldly executed in a strong soft blue and in excellent condition. Minor glaze flaws. No damage.
Slight inlay loss to cover. No other faults.
Chips to ends of fingers and missing foot to the child. Typical firing flaws to reverse of cowl. No other damage.
The figure is modelled on Western images of the Madonna and Child.
Some wear to base and gilding loss to the interior.
Polished. Rifle reduced.
Minute rim nick at lower left (see detail). No other faults.