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Hard-paste porcelain with iron red enamels and gilding
Inscription on rim MAT 3:16; sticker "35"
3.8 × 22.2 cm (1 1/2 × 8 3/4 in.); Diam.: 22.2 cm (8 3/4 in.)
Bequest of Frederick S. Colburn
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Cf. sim. plate in Met. Mus. of Art, Ill. J.A. Lloyd Hyde, ORIENTAL LOWESTOFT (1936), fig. 41, pl.XIV, about 1725.
Cf. another with variation in border, ill. Phillips, CHINATRADE PORCELAIN (1956), pl. 54, McCann coll. Boston MAF, 1750-70.
Same variation as above, Jordain & Soame Jenyns, CHINESE EXPORT ART IN THE EIGHTEEN CENTURY (1950), fig. 87, p. 117, Brit. Mus.
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