3.6 x 15.5cm
This small dish exemplifies the persistent admiration for classic Ming porcelains. In the high point of Qing ceramic porcelain, 'copies' such as this, which in shape and design emulate the Yongle example (Acc.no. 575.1993), were of superb quality.
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