Chinese Ming Dynasty Blue & White Porcelain Dish with Fish Pattern
This unusual porcelain dish was made during the 15th Century. It has rounded sides and is relatively “heavily-potted” with a "hole-bottom" base. It is decorated inside with a "red biscuit" fish amongst water weeds that are shown in underglaze blue. The fish is a symbol of wealth and abundance. The dish is coated in a crackled glaze.
Diameter 12 cm. It is in fine condition with no repair or restoration.
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