Nine-Piece Collection of Chinese Export Porcelain
Sold for $1,250
18th century, including a famille verte Kangxi silver-form platter decorated with two mandarin figures and a deer, w. 12-1/2", l. 15-3/4", a famille verte Kangxi covered bowl decorated with chickens and flowers, h. 7-3/4", w. 9-1/4", d. 8-1/2", a pair of famille rose plates, dia. 9-1/4", four bowls, Qianlong Dynasty, h. 2" to 3-1/2", dia. 5-3/4" to 9", and a helmet-form milk jug, Qianlong Dynasty, h. 4-1/2", w. 5", d. 2-1/2".
Provenance: Estate of Edward "Ted" L'Engle Baker and Ann McDonald Baker, Jacksonville, Florida.
**All pieces with some firing imperfections and wear to decorations in some places, particularly the rims. One bowl with missing glazing in the interior, extensive restoration and multiple hairline cracks. Similar bowl with repairs to the rim. Smaller bowl with tiny chips to edges, hairline crack and discoloration to the painted band at top edge. Tureen with a repaired handle and a crack (with losses) to same handle, multiple hairline cracks to bottom, along with evidence of past restorations, repairs to the scalloped edge of the lid. Plates with minor abrasions along edges; one with a small crack and possible repairs to edges. Platter with minor flake chips to rim, small loss to the pink decoration on the dress of one of the figures and some minor surface abrasions and wear to the decoration.