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Pair Chinese Export Porcelain Chargers, Ca. 1740

China Ca. 1740

A very fine example of Chinese advanced skill in porcelain manufacturing. At that time Europeans were only in the later stages of experimenting in successful porcelain production. The rim of the chargers are superbly decorated in finely engraved “bianco sopra bianco” white enamel.

One charger bears a sticker from Elanor Gordon, the former Grand Dame of Chinese Export Porcelain.

Price

SOLD

Condition

Nearly new, only light stacking wear. No repairs

Measurements

One is 14" Diam. the other is 13 5//8" Diam.

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