For your consideration is a beautiful Imperial Chinese Qing dynasty Guangxu period porcelain charger. Hand painted with gold fishes swimming among seaweed. With red mark of Guangxu period. Gold gilt border around rim, 3 clusters of flower and fruit motif on the rear side.This type of imperial porcelain was made during Guangxu period as gifts for weddings and celebrations for the palace. This charger has a very. Jin Yu Man Tang which means filling the hall with gold and jade since the pronunciation of goldfish in Chinese is similar to Gold Jade. A very beautiful and rare item for your collection. Minor glaze wear see picture 12.
Approximate Diameter: 33.8 cm. Approximate Height: 5.3 cm.Please check back often, items are added regularly. Contact: Your satisfaction is very important to me. I will reply within 24 hours. Item's full value is declared. All items will be packaged very well with care. Since items are used/vintage/antique therefore please expect wear appropriate to items age.
I go to great length to ensure to describe each item clearly and accurately and photos form an important part of the description. While I do my best to describe the item as accurate as possible, I make no representation as to the age, make, grade to each item. Payments: need to be made within 3 days after the biddings end.Thank you and Good Luck! The item "Antique Chinese Imperial Porcelain Charger, Gold Fishes among Seaweed, Guangxu" is in sale since Tuesday, November 19, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Plates". The seller is "centreantiques" and is located in Innisfil, Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.