Tonight was a quick session of only a few objects, one of which was planetary nebula IC4593. Sky Safari showed a star with (suspiciously) the same 10.8 magnitude about 11.1 arcseconds away from the location of the planetary nebula, so at the time of sketch I was unsure if I was observing that star, the nebula itself, or both (and I could not resolve more than one point at highest magnification). A later search revealed a Simbad result, accompanied by an image, that shows no other star that bright within 1 arcminute of the nebula. This has me believing that I did spot the nebula, but if anyone has more knowledge or experience with this area, please let me know.
The object was apparent even at 22x, but could not resolve to anything more than a point source up to my maximum available power of 117x (at which point star diffraction patterns start to inhibit differentiation of very small extended objects).