A Chinese porcelain blue and white min yao thinly potted deep bowl with gently flared rim, painted on the exterior with vases, censors, tripod incense burners, scrolls, music stone, qin, leaf, baskets, tray, and a jue, with stylised flames, the interior painted in the well with a stylised mallow flower head, beneath a band at the rim painted with three different swords, brush, scroll and ruyi sceptre, all tied with ribbons, the base with a six-character mark of Kangxi, within a double ring in underglaze blue and of the period, 1662-1722.
21 cm diameter.

Condition excellent.

*Formerly in a private Dutch collection.
*No other bowls of this type appear to be published.

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