Chinese 19th Century Blue & White Porcelain Bowl with Block-Printed Decoration
This unusual porcelain bowl was made during the early 19th, or possibly 18th century. It has a flared rim, is relatively “heavily-potted” and stands on quite a high foot. The underglaze blue decoration is a mixture of repeated various “stamped” (or block-printed) patterns and manually painted decoration. The glaze is quite thick and in places close to the base there is an ”orange peel” effect to the glaze.
Diameter 13 cm (5 inches). There is a tiny chip the underside of the rim and three very short “hairlines” to the rim edge, possibly caused during the cooling process; there is no repair or restoration.
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