Another lot of Minyao or people’s wares which were commercially produced for export. They were found from a shipwrecked cargo called "The Ca Mau Shipwreck" between 1723-1735 in the South China Sea. There is also a book recently published called " The Ca Mau Shipwreck" which can be used as the reference for this shipwrecked antique item.
The cups and saucers were painted with the horse central round panels of landscapes. Their exterior were glazed with
chocolatey brown pigment.
We recently took a possession of this lot from a collector. This lot has every nice condition and glaze, and the design
pattern is unusual.
Age: Chinese, Qing (Ching) dynasty (Yongzheng), circa 18th century (1723-1735)
Teacups’ diameter: 6.5 C.M./Height: 3.9 C.M.
Saucers' diameter: 11 C.M./Height: 1.8 C.M.
Condition :Nice glaze and condition overall (some rimchips on the saucer; some glaze degradation and shell encrustation on the brown glaze)
Shipment: Worldwide shipment at actual price is available from Bangkok, Thailand. Please-mail us for accurate shipping