Porcelain saucer decorated in underglaze blue with four petal-shaped panels each containing a seated elegant lady motif, with floral sprigs and a diaper rim, part of a service thought to be made in Jingdezhen, China, during the Kangxi period, 1662-1722, c.1700.
Porcelain saucer, painted in underglaze blue with four radiating petal-shaped panels around a central floral medallion framed by two concentric circles. The panels each contain a female figure seated in front of a bridge or fence. Towards the rim, between each panel, is a trailing foliate motif with a five-petaled flower. Around the rim of the saucer is a simplified diaper pattern consisting of groups of diagonal lines.
tea, coffee and chocolate drinking