Their earliest use as decoration on ceramics dates from the late Song period. These eight sets of three straight lines are often arranged in a circle. They are said to have been evolved from the markings on the shell of a tortoise by the legendary sage Emperor Fuxi. The unbroken lines represent the male principle Yang and the broken lines represent the Female principle Ying.
The arrangement in a circle is important as this is referring to the cyclic changes of the nature and is fundamental for the understanding of Chinese philosphy from its earliest beginning. Rimfritting, filled chip and hairline & Baseline. 17th century Ming (1368 - 1620). We can not control this.
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The item "Antique Chinese Porcelain Trigram Dish Late Ming Tianqi or CHongzhen Pla" is in sale since Monday, August 19, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Plates". The seller is "theceramics_and_collectibles" and is located in Amsterdam.
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