Cuenco - Azul y blanco - Porcelana - 17th C Porcelain Ko Akae Ming China Plate Fenghuang Duck - China - Tianqi (1621-1627)

Descripción
Cuenco - Azul y blanco - Porcelana - 17th C Porcelain Ko Akae Ming China Plate Fenghuang Duck - China - Tianqi (1621-1627)
Buen estado, ver descripción - 37×207×207 mm

A very nicely decorated plate. Rare.

Ko-Akae with two different scenes depicted. 1 half side of the central plate has a fenghuang/phoenix flying in the clouds. When you turn the plate upside down you will see a group of ducks near a water, 1 duck flying.

symbolism
Phoenix
Phoenix - Feng-Huang - represents the Empress, beauty, goodness, warmth, prosperity, peace, the Sun, abundance harvests, reason in government. It is commonly used as a female symbol. Rules of the Southern Quadrant. Also called Vermilion Bird.
Source: Nilson, J. Gotheborg: Antique Chinese and Japanese Porcelain Collectors' Help and Info Page. Retrieved from the Gotheborg website.

Duck
Emblem of joy. A pair of mandarin ducks is the symbol of martial fidelity often depicted together with lotus, as a rule in a pond scene.
Source: Nilson, J. Gotheborg: Antique Chinese and Japanese Porcelain Collectors' Help and Info Page. Retrieved from the Gotheborg website.

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Condition
Overall Condition; Only rimfritting. Size: 207mm.
Period
17th century Transitional (1620 - 1661)

Detalles del lote
Objeto
Cuenco
Material
Porcelana
Periodo
Tianqi (1621-1627)
Región / País de origen
China
Decoración / vajilla
Azul y blanco
Título de la obra de arte
17th C Porcelain Ko Akae Ming China Plate Fenghuang Duck
Estado
Buen estado, ver descripción
Dimensiones
37×207×207 mm
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