1,100.00USDto davidhunzicker + (165.00) buyer's premium. + applicable fees & taxes.
SOLD at 2010 Apr 09 @ 10:51UTC-4 : AST/EDT
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Blue-and-white Chinese porcelain plate (large), late Ming Dynasty, koi fish motif, 6 Chinese characters on base. 1758 grams, 13-1/2" in diameter. Large and lovely shallow bowl, with vivid blue design featuring 3 carp and several tadpoles in the center, floral design all around and on the 1" rim, no exterior design except for Chinese characters on base, perfectly intact, the glaze somewhat matte in texture. With Philippines National Museum sticker #0094403. Recovered from: Unidentified 17th-century wreck off Cotabato, Mindanao, Philippines.
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