Painted in imitation of Chinese blue and white porcelain, with a central vase of flowers containing peony, a hand scroll and peaches, flanked by a pair of flying geese, within a petal-shaped border, the rim divided into further petal shape panels containing flowers and precious objects, five spur marks to the underside.
Circa 1660 - 1680
A charger similarly painted in vivid tones of underglaze-blue is illustrated and discussed by C.J.A. Jorg, Fine & Curious, Japanese Export Porcelain in Dutch Collections, Amsterdam, 2003, p.27, cat no. 6.