This authentic Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) plate is a prime example of early export porcelain, a luminous substance that enthralled European collectors. The generous gift of Joyce P. Bishop in honor of her daughter, Kimberly Bishop Connors, Ming Dynasty Blue-and-White Plate is on loan from the Reeves Collection at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.
The main motif in this kraak plate is a duck on a rock below a flower arrangement. This theme represent the famous 'spring time and longevity' motif which was popular during the Ming dynasty The plate is totally intact with well executed, crispy and high contrasty decorations. When tapped, the plate gives a very high pitch resonance sound which suggest good quality clay and good workmanship.
Blue and white plate, Jingdezhen, Yuan dynasty. Blue and white jar, Jingdezhen, Yuan dynasty (1271-1368). Vase, before 1330 15th century. With the advent of the Ming dynasty in 1368, blue and white ware was shunned for a time by the Court, especially under the Hongwu and Yongle Emperors, as being too foreign in inspiration. Blue and white porcelain however came back to prominence with the.
The Blue and White Porcelain of the Yuan Dynasty is large in size, with thick roughcast. Generally there are big bottle, big pot, big bowl and big plate, with the traditional flavor of the Tang (618-907) and Song (960-1279) dynasties. Due to the underdeveloped techniques, there are two interfaces on the body and several veins inside the body. The roughcast is not as smooth as that of the Ming.
A rare Yuan dynasty blue and white cup with handle, decorated with under glaze blue of flower motif, condition broken and re attach no missing part. size: 6.5 cm diameter. Rare Song Yuan dynasty longquan celadon large two fish plate.
Porcelain Chinese Circular Blue and White Box with Cover Ming Dynasty Located in Oklahoma City, OK Beautiful round porcelain dish or circular box with cover in blue and white.
Ming dynasty, Chenghua period (1465-1487) porcelain. Collectors and connoisseurs alike have revered the Chenghua (1465-1487) reign of greater refinement of raw materials and better preparation. The fact that it had as little iron impurity resulted in whiter body material. According to studies there was also slight adjustment in the composition with the proportion of clay (kaolin) to baidunzi.
Ming dynasty: Blue white Daisy plate chinese antique porcelain H 5cm D 22cm No damage INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: We ship internationally with careful packing to ensure the safe arrival of your order. Online tracking number will be provided. We are happy to combine shipping whenever possible. You will be happy with our professional packaging.If you have any questions in regards to shipping a.
A Late-17th century blue and white Qilin porcelain plate, Ming Dynasty, Chongzhen period - Qing Dynasty, Shunzhi period, depth 29 cm Show 7 more like this Three various Chinese Ming Dynasty celadon bowls each with label attached, indicating bowl was found in Rizal Province, Philippines., (Diameters 12 cm, 12 cm and 15 cm approx).
Genuine Chinese Ming Dynasty Blue n White Shipwreck Porcelain Plate Circa 1608. Hand painted blue and white under glaze with central decoration of a pair of Phoenix birds surrounded by a floral and leaf design. In excellent condition no restorations or damage some glaze crazing throughout. This plate was possibly found on the Binh Thuan.
The blue and white porcelain of the Ming Dynasty. This is a big plate of the Ming Dynasty blue and white porcelain, produced 600 years ago, complete, exquisite Chinese Song Dynasty blue and white porcelain. Blue and white porcelain, also known as white and blue and white porcelain, often referred to as blue and white Porcelain jar in Ming Dynasty.
A nice couple of large provincial Swatow plates, Ming dynasty. Sturdily potted out of rose-hued clay, with a thick blueish white glaze and cobalt blue underglaze decoration, partly hand printed (the planters motive) and partly painted by hand (the plants, a typical combination of techniques for provincial plates like these). A large circular area on the plate upper side is left unglazed for.
Apr 4, 2012 - A Chinese porcelain dish owed by a family in Northern Ireland for a century has sold at auction for more than 100 times its estimate. Apr 4, 2012 - A Chinese porcelain dish owed by a family in Northern Ireland for a century has sold at auction for more than 100 times its estimate. Apr 4, 2012 - A Chinese porcelain dish owed by a family in Northern Ireland for a century has sold.
Kraak porcelain was made in the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) and is one of the earliest blue and white porcelain styles made for the European market. It was first brought to Europe by the Portuguese and the Spanish. Later the Dutch East India Company (V.O.C.) shipped huge quantities to Europe after they captured a Portuguese ship transporting a cargo of this type of porcelain, which was very.
The Ming Dynasty Blue-and-White Plate dates to the reign of the Wanli Emperor, spanning circa 1573-1619. 3 This period spans the growth of the export porcelain trade from relatively modest to massive, but the plate itself is an example of earlier work less affected by Western tastes.Kraak ware is almost all painted in the underglaze cobalt blue and white porcelain style that was perfected under the Ming dynasty, although a few examples of dishes over-painted with vitreous enamel glaze have survived. It is often decorated with variations on the more traditional motifs found on Chinese porcelain, such as stylized flowers (peonies and chrysanthemums) and Buddhist auspicious.We also offer for sale yixing teapots and other Ming dynasty pottery as well as antique pottery and Jingdezhen porcelain from ming dynasty shipwrecks. Blue and white porcelain and other shipwreck porcelain and pottery is interpreted with porcelain marks on antique bowls. The Wanli shipwreck,gave us antique ceramics as well as celadon, yixing teapots and kraak porcelain. sten sjostrand sell old.