Subject:Re: Value of this chinese dish?
Posted By: Bill H Sat, Jan 06, 2018
Your dish shows average wear but still strikes me as a nice example of the palette some collectors call "Mandarin Blue", actually famille verte with attractive blues. I have a selection of such wares in my own collection. I believe they all date from the fourth quarter of the 19th century.
A survey of liveauctioneers.com turned up some in the backgrounds of some lots but no individual pieces with hammer prices showing. Since size counts, it would be difficult to figure a value for your dish without dimensions, but I can show you a couple of my pieces for comparison. The 10.5 inch saucer shaped "charger" is in good condition and probably would fetch around US$500-$600 at auction, while the more rare Cadogan teapot, about six inches tall and also in quite good shape, might make it into the low four figures.