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2 Chinese Imari teacups and saucers

This beautiful set of two matching Chinese Imari teacups and saucers is decorated with a central flower bouquet. On the saucers this bouquet is surrounded by four additional flower groups along the rim. On the cups the same flower groups can be found on the exterior. This set is an excellent example of the export porcelain produced during the reign of the Chinese emperor Qianlong (1736-1795). It dates from around 1760. The diameter of the saucers is 4.25 inches (11 cm) and the height of the cups is just over 1.5 inches (4 cm).

Excellent, with one cup being perfect. One cup and a saucer having minute frits to the rim. The remaining saucer has a chip to the interior footring.

Qianlong, circa 1760.

Price $295 (entire set)

Please refer to item no. 4KE265 when making inquiries.

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