IMPERIAL JINGDEZHEN COLLECTOR PLATE FORBIDDEN CITY No 3

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 23,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

You are bidding on another beautiful estate sale piece. This piece is still in the box with its papers. It is a fine porcelain collectorâe(tm)s plate by Master Artist Sheng Fu. The plate is approximately 8-1/2âe Diameter. Please note: This is the last piece of several Japanese Collectors Plates. I will combine shipping. This will ship Insured & Delivery Confirmation.

This piece is called "Pavilion of Floating Jade-Green". This is the Third Plate in the China's Imperial Palace: The Forbidden City Limited-Edition Collectorâe(tm)s Plate Series. The edition is restricted to a period rigidly limited to a maximum 150 firing days. This plate is authenticated by the Palace Museum of Beijing. This is in excellent condition in its box with original papers. 1991.

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