Archive item - not for sale
Chinese blue and white plate, early Kangxi (1662-1722), of a 'Master of the Rocks' style landscape, decorated with a mountainous river landscape with trees in the foreground, with a pavilion and boat, the border decorated with three sprays of pomegranates, with three sprays of pomegranates to the reverse, The term 'Master of the Rocks' was first coined by Gerald Reitlinger, and the style lasted from about 1645 to 1690.
Diameter: 8 5/8in., 22cm,
The edge with a small chip and slightly polished.
For more information see; Butler, Medley & Little, 'Seventeenth Century Chinese Porcelain from the Butler Collection', pl. 94, p. 145.