"Pair Of Plates, China XVIIIth Century."This pair of Chinese porcelain plates with a gadrooned wing around the edge, the decoration on the border consists of a frieze of leafy arabesques supporting peonies and chrysanthemums, in the center a flowered vase, the reverse side of the wing is painted blue on a white background of five bats. This decoration is called Chinese Imari, because it is directly inspired by the works produced in the furnaces of Arita in Japan, the polychromy used, an underglaze blue, enhanced with red, gold and orange applied on the cover. Chinese porcelain, first half of the 18th century. There is a small chip on the back of one of the two plates (see photos). Diameter 22 cm.