GROUP OF 3 CHINESE PORCELAINS, 18/19TH CENTURY
A group of three Chinese porcelains dating from the 18th or 19th century. The first porcelain is a famille rose plate with a scene of wildlife surrounded by floral tracery and framed scenes of birds and butterflies. The second porcelain is a blue and white bowl with red glazed accents. The exterior features alternating scenes of glowers and a Chilong with a phoenix. The third and final porcelain is a blue and white censer with colorful glaze accents. The body features floral and ruyi patterns. It has two beast handles. Dimensions are: the plates measures 1 inches tall X 10 inches wide, 2.5 cm X 25.4 cm, while the bowl measures 5 inches tall X 6 3/4 inches wide, 12.7 cm X 17.1 cm. All measurements are approximate.
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