This porcelain plate is a stunning example of Chinese ceramic artistry from the Jiaqing era, which lasted from 1796 to 1820 during the Qing Dynasty. The plate is decorated with a delicate blue and white underglaze, featuring intricate patterns of flowers and foliage that are typical of this period. It is a beautiful example of the rich cultural heritage of China and a wonderful addition to any collection of fine porcelain.
Size: Diameter 19.7cm
Condition: Two small chips in the outer edges and a very slight hairline.
Object literature: Jiaqing-era porcelain is known for its high-quality craftsmanship and refined aesthetic, and this plate is no exception. The porcelain body is thin and translucent, with a smooth and lustrous glaze that gives it a radiant sheen. The cobalt blue underglaze is applied with great precision, creating a beautiful contrast against the pristine white background. Chinese porcelain was highly valued and exported around the world during the Jiaqing era, and this plate is a testament to the remarkable artistry and technical skill of the era's ceramicists.