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Ming kraak Blue and White Botle Vase

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Category
Period
Reference
5834
Framed Height
32 cm (12 1/2")
Kraak Blue and White Bottle vase made at the end of the reign of the Emperor Wanli towards the end of the Ming Dynasty. Painted in the distinctive style with panels of flowers and foliage with stylised decoration of coins at the bottom of some panels.

The panels are separated with narrow bands of lines. The base of the neck has flowers below a band of stylised cloud scrolls.

the neck has Persian metal ware of silver to the top of the neck with a fitted lid. Excellent patina to the silver.

The Kraak ware was initially carried by the Dutch East Indian Company to Europe where it was much prized.

In Rinaldis book Kraak Porcelain a Moment in the History of Trade it is Pl 208 pear shape bottle vase type 1.1

Impressive piece.

Framed Height
32 cm (12 1/2")
Year
c 1620
Medium
Porcelain and Silver
Country
China
Literature
In Rinaldis book Kraak Porcelain a Moment in the History of Trade it is Pl 208 pear shape bottle vase type 1.1

Condition
What is visible is vey good minor chip to the inside of the foot rim