A pair of carved cinnabar lacquer 'dragon' dishes, 20th century | 二十世紀 剔紅趕珠龍紋盤一對
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A pair of carved cinnabar lacquer 'dragon' dishes
the base of each with an apocryphal Qianlong six-character mark, wood stands (4)
Diameter 5¼ in., 13.4 cm
One dish with consolidation to one 'wave' near the top, likely off and restuck, and a section of the surrounding rim with overpaint. Both dishes with minor expected wear, including some minute losses to the centers of the 'flowers' on the diaper-ground base.
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Robert Chang Jewellery & Antiques, Hong Kong, 12th March 1977.
Collection of Ross (1921-2008) and Doris (1920-2021) Ley.