Chinese porcelain, chine de commande, hexagonal milk jug with silver lid, blue and white figural decoration, Qing dynasty, Kangxi emperorship, marked, also four silver marks, ca.1700
Chinese porcelain, chine de commande, hexagonal milk jug with silver lid, blue and white figural decoration, Qing dynasty, Kangxi emperorship, marked, also four silver marks, ca.1700

Kangxi blue and white jug with silver lid

H 14.5 cm W 9 cm

 500,00

Prijs incl. 6% BTW & Verzendingskosten

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Shown is a hexagonal milk jug with silver lid. The shape is clearly European (based on a silver object), the decor Chinese. It is thus a manifesto Chine de Commande object. The pear-shaped shape is hexagonal, as are the base and top edge. It has an ear-shaped handle and a V-shaped pouring spout. Under a light bluish-white covering, a blue and white hand-painted decor of various Chinese characters in an exterior setting has been painted in a sapphire-bluish color. The handle has a stripe pattern. It stands on a hexagonal, slightly raised base. At the top (in Europe) a hexagonal silver band is attached to which a hexagonal hinged lid with geometric motifs and with a hexagonal curvature with knob is attached in the center. At the bottom we see an unglazed base ring and a glazed base on which a mark in the form of a type “3 or Z” has been applied in underglaze blue. This was painted to order for Europe. Four hammered silver marks, unknown to me.

Condition: some black dots in the glaze, otherwise in very good condition.

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