Group of three 20th century Chinese porcelain objects including a lidded cup and two plates. The plates are painted with elegantly dressed figures; one plate with an inscription or poem along the top of the plate. The cup decorated with flowering branches. Each plate marked along the underside with an inscription indicating production in Jingdezhen. The cup with a four-character Qianlong mark along the underside.Lidded cup; height: 3 in x diameter: 3 1/2 in. Plates, each; diameter: 8 1/2 in.
Overall there are no visible chips, cracks or losses to the lidded item and the plate with the figure holding a fan. There is a minute uneven area along the rim but it appears to be original on the plate with the drawing figure; there is a minute chip along the rim. The footrim of each plate has three drill holes; please see the listing image. There are a few scattered areas with original firing flaws, particularly along the interior of the lidded item. There is discoloration along the rim where the cup and lid meet. There is discoloration along the foot rim. There are two areas of adhesive residue along the top of the lid, visible under UV light. There is no restoration visible under UV light.
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