Japanese porcelain copy of St. Cloud trembleuse in Imari decor, Edo period, ca. 1750.
Japanese porcelain copy of St. Cloud trembleuse in Imari decor, Edo period, ca. 1750.

Japanese trembleuse saucer, copy of St. Cloud, Edo period

H 11.5 cm; Ø 12 cm lid 7.5 c.m

 325,00

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Trembleuse with saucer and double pierced chocolate bag with lid in Japanese porcelain with the underglaze blue mark of St. Cloud France, a little sunshine. So a Japanese copy of a European French object, Saint-Cloud in soft porcelain, but now made in hard Japanese porcelain! Hand painted in Japanese Imari decor consisting of (light) blue underglaze, and iron red and gold above the white (light bluish) glaze. Floral decor with lotus flowers, chrysanthemums and foliage. The saucer has a central circular elevation with a blue rim all around, ribbed radial running lines at the elevation and a raised, widening round rim. The bag has a slightly raised circular base with two blue parallel circular lines and with a glazed base, and a spherical body and small spreading round rim. Two ear-shaped thin handles. At the bottom of the corpus a band around in iron red of triangles and clouds. Both on the outside and inside of the rim there is a sawtooth outline painted in iron red. At the bottom of the inside there are two blue parallel circular lines painted. Circular slightly domed lid with knob-shaped handle around which two blue circular lines. The lid does not fit perfectly on the bag, but this was often the case with Chines and Japanese lids as the lid was made elsewhere with a separate mold, independent of the bag.

Very good condition (minimal edge damage to bottom bag edge). Edo period ca.1750

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