Chinese kangxi period set of eleven saucer style plates. Each plate decorated with floral arrangements amongst a rocky outcrop. Around the edges further floral scenes with alternating birds in linear boarders. The rear of each plate with a Jade (玉) mark within a double blue circle to the centre surrounded by further floral arrangement near the rim.
Notes: Jade 玉 pronounced Yu (Yuan to Qing) was a mark put on the rear of porcelain and more commonly seen during Kangxi period and used through to the 20th century.
Measurements: 13.7cm Diameter.
Condition: Fair-Good, Four plates with hairlines, and a further four with some Frits and chipping to the edges. No restoration to any.