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Kraak porcelain bowl, Wanli ( 1573 - 1619 )

Kraak porcelain bowl, Wanli ( 1573 - 1619 )

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1700: Item # 1313245

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Kraak porcelain is one of the Chinese export porcelain of the first half of the 17th Century. The name derives from the Portuguese Schifftsypus Caracca (Dutch: kraak) ago, were transported to the goods from the Far East to Europe. From 1602 export and shipment of Chinese porcelain were taken not by the Portuguese, but by the Dutch trading company Vereenigde Dutch East India Company (VOC). The forms of Kraak porcelain include small and large cups, mugs, bowls, bottles and vases. The decoration consists of flowers, landscapes shore with birds, insects and figures.The edges of the vessels are usually divided into frames that are filled with flowers and auspicious motifs. (Exhibition label panel arch wall Kraak porcelain). Condition: Two repairs at the rim. Now glued back. Measurement: 21 cm = 8.3 in

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