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PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE LOTUS DISHES, GUANGXU
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PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE LOTUS DISHES, GUANGXU MARK & P. : The dishes painted with a frieze of lotus meander above a petal lappet, six character Guanxu...

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