Re 02: identification Please???

Started by abderrahim, Jul 24, 2019, 06:58:27

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This is a mid-Qing plate, probably 18th century, made at Dehua kiln.
This was made for export to the Middle East. The characters should probably be Arabic or Persian. This type of plate was also made for domestic use without the writing.
(I'm curious if this writing is readable in one of the above languages, as the painters would have been Chinese.)


Thank you very much for your answers and for the time you devote to us.


Thanks again Peter for your help,
the characters on the plate is not Arabic, it looks like the Persian language but not sure.