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Dish with Female and Attendant

c. 1713
Diameter: 24.6 cm (9 11/16 in.)
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On the flattened rim of this dish is a band of ironred enamel decoration with the Chinese characters Wanshou wujiang, meaning "Long life without limit." This piece belongs to a set of particularly fine porcelains with the same inscription, which are thought to have been made for the Kangxi emperor's 60th birthday in 1713.
Dish with Female and Attendant

Dish with Female and Attendant

c. 1713

China, Jiangxi province, Jingdezhen, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), Kangxi mark and period (1662-1722)

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