Lot 49: Chinese Porcelain


2015-10-06 14:51:17


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Lot 49: Chinese Porcelain, A group of five Chinese porcelain bowls from the Tek Sing cargo, Dehua, Daoguang Period, circa 1820, comprising a large shallow footed bowl with block printed decoration in blue and an all-over celadon glazed, unglazed base, 28cm (11ins) diameter, plus a small footed bowl with underglaze blue decoration showing a landscape, 15cm (6ins) diameter, and three small decorated dishes 8cm (3ins) diameter, all with Nagel Auctions labels to base. The Tek Sing 'True Star' was bound for Batavia, laden with cargo when she sank on 6 February 1822 in the Belvidere Shoals, South China Sea. All the pieces from the cargo show signs submersion. (5) Dominic Winter's Antiques & Fine Art Auction October 2015 Thursday, 15th October 2015 Estimate: £100-150
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