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Chinese Export Porcelain Green Fitzhugh Deep Dishes

China Ca. 1820

A set of four Chinese porcelain deep dishes in the green Fitzhugh pattern. These were produced for the western market beginning in the early 1800 and continued into the early 20th century. While difficult to accurately date, I believe these were produced in the earlier part of the 19th century.

Price

$1100/set

Condition

Very good + Only minute flaws. What looks like chips to the edges of the rims are almost all color chips in the manufacturing process. Most of these are covered by the original glaze. Gold edges are lightly rubbed.

Measurements

7.5" Diam. X 1.5" Deep

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