A pair of Chinese famille-rose plates, Qianlong period (1735-1796) each centre enamelled with peonies, chrysanthemums before a rocky outcrop, the cavetto with four foliate medallions enclosed by orange and gilt borders, the wavy rim with iron-red and gilt spearhead border, fritting chips, 23cm diameter (2)
This lot did not sell
Estimate R 4 000 - 6 000
It might still be available, contact us if you're interested.
There are five areas of wear to the glaze towards the cavetto
Fritting chips and chips to the rim, the largest chip is 0,8 by 0,2cm
The glaze is worn in small areas around the cavetto
The gilding is worn on the enclosing band of the cavetto
Fritting chips to the rim and chips, the largest measuring 1 by 0,2cm
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A pair of Chinese famille-rose plates, Qianlong period (1735-1796)
R 3 000 - 4 000
What are the bidding increments?
Under R 200
R 200 - R 300
R 300 - R 500
R 20 / R 30 (R 320, R 350, R 380, R 400...)
R 500 - R 1000
R 1000 - R 2000
R 2000 - R 3000
R 3000 - R 5000
R 200 / R 300 (R 3200, R 3500, R 3800...)
R 5000 - R 10000
and so on in multiples of 10 ...
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