Antique Chinese Qing Rose Medallion Porcelain 6-Inch Cupped Plates Set of 8


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Wonderful set of eight antique Chinese Qing Rose Medallion porcelain 6-inch plates with a cupped or curved lip. They all have a traditional medallion design featuring village scenes and floral and bird panels. Five of these plates have slight differences in the design and three are duplicates. Two of one design and one of another.  Four of these are without flaws. Four of these do have a small chip or chigger in each. None have been repaired. They are still acceptable for display and use. Please see photos. Qing Dynasty circa 1850-1890.



Plate Size:

  • Diameter: 6 Inches
  • Depth: .75 Inches
  • Weight: 2.3 Pounds


Boxed Size:

  • Height: 10 Inches
  • Width: 20 Inches
  • Depth: 12 Inches
  • Weight: 7 Pounds


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These beautiful Qing Dynasty antique Chinese hand painted porcelain Rose Medallion 6-inch plates depict traditional alternating panels of floral with birds and village scenes and a floral central medallion. There are five separate designs varying slightly in the village scenes. There are three of one design and two of another and the rest are singles. These plates have different shape than the other plates we have listed. Their rim is cupped rather than laying flat. Each plate’s bottom is unmarked which dates their origin to prior to 1890 and after approximately 1850, since this style of Chinese porcelain was first made in the mid-1800s to satisfy the export demand from Europe and later the United States. They do have an interesting provenance. They were once owned by the man who was the Chief Medical Officer at the Panama Canal during the first half of the 20th century where and when these were obtained. I’m told they were friends with and entertained young Ike and Mamie Eisenhower. So, possibly Ike was served from one of these plates! Whether actual or not, they are wonderfully beautiful and fine; and, it’s a delightful story! I know you want this awesome set of eight. And possibly you want more of differing sizes? It just so happens we have other plates listed in assorted designs and states of condition, along with other Chinese porcelain. Just go to our storefront to see all our listings.