Lot 199

Lot 199
Lot 199 (2)
A pair of moulded Chinese Kraak porcelain bowls decorated in underglaze blue, the exterior with a band of flying horses below the rim and flower sprays and the walls, the interior with a central landscape decoration above which a flaming wheel motif, also known as cakra motif, finely separated by ten moulded panels, landscape scenes below the rim, square shou fu seal mark to the underside, China, Wanli period, ca. 1585-1600 -H. 10 cm. D. 21 cm., rim frits, one hairline crack- Literature: Maura Rinaldi, 'Kraak Porcelain - A Moment in the History of Trade', Bamboo Publishing, London 1989, Page 146, plate 168
Starting price: € 400.00
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Jun 3 2022 03:00:00 PM
Jun 21 2022 06:00:00 PM
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