Chinese Qing dynasty porcelain deep dish decorated in underglaze blue on a white ground with a central roundel painted in the ‘Master of the Rocks’ style with a figure in a landscape scene with mountains in the background and traditional buildings at the right side. The back wall is decorated with four foliage sprays. A two-character mark within concentric rings on the base translates “harmony jade.” 17th century (transitional to Kangxi period). 8” diameter x 1 1/2” high. Very good overall condition with a small production imperfection at the rim. From the collection of a German expatriate to Indonesia in the 1970s and Hong Kong in the 1980s. Please note that the blue color is not as purple as the images suggest.