Boldly decorated in a deep underglaze blue, the centre with an eight-pointed panel containing a censer of auspicious symbols and flowers within a fenced garden, ruyi-heads at the eight corners of the scene separating panels of swastika and fish-roe diaper. The rim with eight radiating panels containing various emblems including scrolls and artemisia leaves alternating with peach-sprays or peonies, with thin bands of brocade hangings. Large round panels on the underside containing funghi and dots alternating with narrow sections containing lingzhi motifs, the base unglazed.
For a similar charger see Maura Rinaldi, Kraak Porcelain, pl.92 for a charger dated c.1610-1620. Like this charger, the rim is decorated with auspicious symbols and peonies. The base, identical to this one, is said to be typical of the period.