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Chinese porcelain tobacco leaf dish

Chinese porcelain tobacco leaf dish

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800: Item # 1188145

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Ca. 1780

This shallow form bowl is decorated in a famille rose palette with vibrant overglaze enamels in the standard pattern known in the West as pseudo tobacco leaf. The form and paste of the dish is that of the Qianlong Period. There are some small nicks to the rim from use and a tiny rim nick infill. A small oval glaze crack shows on the front rim with a tiny associated restored chip. Otherwise, it is in good condition with only minor wear to the enamels. Acquired from an heir of the Ira and Nancy Koger collection.

Diameter: 8 ¾ in., Height: 1 ½ in.