Group of twelve 19th century famille rose porcelain objects, likely made for the straits Chinese market in the manner of Peranakan wares. Including five plates and saucers, one cup, and six spoons. Each painted with floral and bird motifs.
(Plates) Diameter ranges from 3 1/2 in to 10 in. (Spoons) Length ranges from 4 1/2 in to 5 in. (Cup) Height: 1 3/4 in x diameter: 3 1/4 in.
Small chips and wear throughout the saucers and cup along both the top and foot rims. Light wear to the footrim of the larger plate; there are four felt tabs affixed to the footrim of the plate. Wear to the spoons including losses to the gilding throughout and a few small chips. Two spoons with possible restorations and yellowed overspray. One spoon with a large chip and crack extending from the chip. Some residual sticker adhesive/paper affixed to the undersides of several pieces.
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