SOLD! for $18,880.00.
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Five (5) Pieces Chinese porcelain. 1st item: Republic period amphora-shaped vase with flared rim and figural decoration, 11 3/4″ H. Second half 19th century. 2nd item: Iron red and blue bowl depicting Shouxing, The Old Man of the South Pole in the center and 8 other deities on surface of bowl. Blue Hsuan T’ung character mark on base. 8 3/4″ dia. 3rd item: Chinese Export Rose Medallion porcelain plate with floral, bat, butterfly and key decoration. 8 1/2″ dia. Mid-19th c. 4th item: Chinese Export Famille Rose porcelain plate with vase of flower decoration to center. Paper affixed to back stating it was brought over from “God’s Providence Old Chester England.” 9″ dia. Late 18th-early 19th century. 5th item: Chinese Export Rose Mandarin porcelain plate with reticulated basket weave pattern on rim. 8 1/2″ dia. Mid-late 19th c. Provenance: From the collection of Edward S. Thompson, formerly of Columbus, Ohio and Maryville, TN, deceased 1979, by descent to present owner. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Minor loss to gilding. 1st item: Traces of dirt inside vessel. 4th item: 3/8″ rim chip mostly below rim edge. No issues detected under blacklight examination.