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Chinese Export Porcelain Charger, Ca. 1750

China circa 1750

A very colorful Chinese Charger made for the Western Market in the mid 18th century. Brick red flowers, trees and intricate rococo reserves.

Price

$2,100

Condition

Good. There are several small rim chip, most of which have been filled but not painted over. A few small areas of stacking wear and some rubbing to the gold ( mostly on the central flower).

Measurements

Height: 1.25 in.
Diameter: 12.5 in.

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