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A DOUCAI 'DRAGON' DISH Chenghua six-character mark, 19th century

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A DOUCAI 'DRAGON' DISH Chenghua six-character mark, 19th century Decorated in the centre with a five-clawed iron-red dragon amidst clouds enclosed by four carps borne on a band of waves, the exterior with a band of waves above the foot. 16cm (6 1/4in) diam. Footnotes: 十九世紀 鬪彩鯉躍龍門圖盤 《大明成化年製》款 Provenance: From the collection of Barry C Tattenhall (1907-1989), thence by descent to the present owners. Barry Tattenhall was a well-regarded collector of Chinese porcelain and member of the Oriental Ceramic Society and lent porcelain to their 1950 Polychrome Exhibition and 1964 Qing Exhibition. David and Jellinek (2011, Provenance. Collectors, Dealers and Scholars: Chinese Ceramics in Britain and America) describe him as 'ahead of his time with his interest in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Imperial porcelain'. A number of pieces from his collection were sold at Sotheby's on 12 December 1989. For further information on this lot please visit Bonhams.com For further information about this lot please visit the lot listing

A DOUCAI 'DRAGON' DISH Chenghua six-character mark, 19th century Decorated in the centre with a five-clawed iron-red dragon amidst clouds enclosed by four carps borne on a band of waves, the exterior with a band of waves above the foot. 16cm (6 1/4in) diam. Footnotes: 十九世紀 鬪彩鯉躍龍門圖盤 《大明成化年製》款 Provenance: From the collection of Barry C Tattenhall (1907-1989), thence by descent to the present owners. Barry Tattenhall was a well-regarded collector of Chinese porcelain and member of the Oriental Ceramic Society and lent porcelain to their 1950 Polychrome Exhibition and 1964 Qing Exhibition. David and Jellinek (2011, Provenance. Collectors, Dealers and Scholars: Chinese Ceramics in Britain and America) describe him as 'ahead of his time with his interest in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Imperial porcelain'. A number of pieces from his collection were sold at Sotheby's on 12 December 1989. For further information on this lot please visit Bonhams.com For further information about this lot please visit the lot listing

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Tags: Qing, Qing Dynasty, Chinese Porcelain, Doucai, Dish, Porcelain, Chinese Art by Period / Style