Blue-and-white dish with sweet pea design

This blue-and-white dish with sweet pea design was commonly found in Peranakan Chinese kitchens and on altar tables before the Second World War. This is part of a large group of porcelain that came from the house of Panglima Prang (c. 1860), formerly located on River Valley road in Singapore. Two prominent Peranakans in the Tan family include Tan Kim Seng (1805-1864) and Tan Jiak Kim (1859-1917). Both were highly regarded businessmen, community leaders and philanthropists in their time.

Date/Period
19th century
Region
China
Dimension
Object size: 2.2 x 10.8 x 10.8 cm
Accession No.
2013-00717
Material
Porcelain
Collection of
Peranakan Museum
Credit Line
Gift of Mrs Edward Tan in memory of Mr Edward Tan
Category
Ceramics

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