Antique 17th Century extremely rare Chinese Ming dynasty solid silver-gilt dish, with a wide everted rim rising from a flat base, the interior centred with a shou roundel surrounded by pairs of immortals paying tribute to Shoulao and his two attendants beneath an overhanging pine tree, situated amongst lingzhi stems issuing from rockwork, with a deer in the foreground and a flying crane above, the rim decorated with stylised lotus foliates. Unmarked (tested 900+ standard), Ming silver would not technically be made for Chinese export, and hence why the silver of this period was often not signed. For more information please see A.
ANTIQUE 17thC RARE CHINESE MING DYNASTY SOLID SILVER-GILT DISH c. In Great Condition - No Damage. All items are cleaned and inspected before being dispatched, we use only the best packing materials to insure your item reaches you safely and discreetly.
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