A Chinese blanc de Chine octagonal beaker from the Dehua kilns in Fujian Province with added London enamelling, the porcelain Kangxi period and the enamelling added c1700-20. The cup has a band of 'flame' moulding around the base, and an impressed shop mark to the base. The London decoration is of alternate panels of feathers and flower sprays in red, green and yellow enamels. A nice example of its type. Height 6.5 cm (2.6")
Date: The porcelain Kangxi (1662-1722) and the enamel decoration c 1700-20
Condition. There is one shallow glaze chip from the outside of the foot of the cup, circled in our last photograph. No other damage and no restoration.
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