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Chinese export porcelain

Chinese export porcelain  

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The term used for Chinese porcelain made specifically for the European market. Ming blue and white wares were exported during the 16th century and by the 17th century large quantities of porcelain, ...
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The Grove Encyclopedia of Decorative Arts

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2006
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Town and county seat in north-east Jiangxi Province, China, and the country's main centre of porcelain production. For most

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The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms (2 ed.)

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2010
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The main centre in China for *ceramic production, in the province of Jiangxi in the south. It was here the Imperial wares were produced regularly from the beginning of the ...

kendi

kendi  

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An oriental drinking vessel, usually of porcelain, with bulbous body, tall neck, and bulbous spout, designed for drinking without touching the vessel to the lips.
kraak

kraak  

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A type of Chinese blue and white porcelain produced during the late Ming and early Qing dynasties, decorated with panels of repeating designs. ‘Kraak’ is the Dutch word for ‘carrack’, a Portuguese ...
Suehari Fukami

Suehari Fukami  

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(b1947).Japanese studio potter based in Kyoto. He works in the bluish white porcelain known in Japanese as seihakuji, which was developed in Song dynasty Jingdezhen wares. His early work ...

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