REF No. 6566
Four Chinese porcelain blue and white teabowls and saucers with Wusong slaying a tiger


Kangxi period circa 1710
Dutch Market
Diameter of saucers 3½ inches; 9cm

A set of four Chinese porcelain teabowls and saucers each with a man and a tiger in a landscape. These are small and of very fine eggshell porcelain.

Tigers are rare on Chinese porcelain, and this design probably refers to Wusong, a character from the Chinese literary work The Water Margin, who slew a tiger with his bare fists.

These are availabel as a set, pairs or singles. Please enquire.

 



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Four Chinese porcelain blue and white teabowls and saucers with Wusong slaying a tiger