Good condition, see photos and description
This so-called 'farmer's Ming' earthenware was made during the Ming dynasty, and was created for the export to the whole of Asia.
The large plate measures 25 cm, has craquelure and some small glaze flaws. With a floral motif.
The small plate or dish measures 19.5 cm and is painted with bats. These bats symbolise a long life, wealth, health, fortune, and a gentle death. Glaze flaw.
The bowl is 13 cm, has a floral motif, hairline cracks and glazing flaws from the firing process.
The spoon has a floral motif and depicts three symbolic representations of bats on the bottom. In this way you'll build towards a long and happy life with every bite.
Total weight is 1.549 kg.
Add a set of wooden chopsticks and the set is complete.
Will be packaged with the utmost care and shipped registered and insured with PostNL or Bpost.
|Member since:||January 29, 2014|
I am still awaiting for the items.Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Dear,
The package was shipped within 3 business days. With us it was Easter. I expect the book and the amulties and the CDs to be with you a couple of days.
I have already passed on the tracking code.
Best regards, Hans
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|Rest of Europe||$31.05|
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