Small Chinese Enameled Plate

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by kraftblue, Dec 8, 2023.

  1. kraftblue

    kraftblue Well-Known Member

    This is 4" across and marked on back. Any idea on age?

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  2. gckimm

    gckimm Active Member


    This dish bears a mark for the Chenghua Emperor, who reigned from 1464-1487 (during the Ming dynasty). However, it looks like a modern reproduction. The Ming was, of course, a time of great artistry in porcelain, so many later porcelain makers have put a Ming mark on their creations.

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  3. kraftblue

    kraftblue Well-Known Member

    Thanks Greg, thought maybe it could be a saucer.
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