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Chinese Porcelain Blue Lotus Bowl Glazed Ceramics China Late 19th Early 20th C


Chinese Porcelain Blue Lotus Bowl Glazed Ceramics China Late 19th Early 20th C
Chinese Porcelain Blue Lotus Bowl Glazed Ceramics China Late 19th Early 20th C
Chinese Porcelain Blue Lotus Bowl Glazed Ceramics China Late 19th Early 20th C
Chinese Porcelain Blue Lotus Bowl Glazed Ceramics China Late 19th Early 20th C
Chinese Porcelain Blue Lotus Bowl Glazed Ceramics China Late 19th Early 20th C

Chinese Porcelain Blue Lotus Bowl Glazed Ceramics China Late 19th Early 20th C  Chinese Porcelain Blue Lotus Bowl Glazed Ceramics China Late 19th Early 20th C

Auctions is pleased to offer a beautiful Chinese glazed porcelain lotus leaf form Bowl with flower motifs. As an art form, only ceramics cover the entire forty-five century span of Chinese history. More than any other material, fired clay has served the needs and satisfied the aesthetic tastes of all segments of Chinese society, and t. He Chinese contribution to ceramic art is one of uncontested brilliance. Indeed, in terms of their sheer production, technical innovation, artistic refinement, aesthetic diversity and global impact, the Chinese can claim the world's longest and foremost ceramic tradition.

The origin of ceramics technology dates back 6000 years to the Neolithic period in China, and the related technologies and skills were continuously developed throughout Chinese history. Over the course of many dynasties, ceramic techniques slowly evolved.

Innovations with under glazes, colors, materials including metallic ores, all propelled Chinese ceramics into a highly prized commodity for the imperial courts throughout China, and ultimately, for export. Ceramics fall under two major categories: low-fired earthenware (pottery), fired at 1000 c. And high-fired stoneware and porcelain, fired at temperatures ranging from 1200 - 1350c. Pottery was also valued in the Far East as elsewhere for its craftsman qualities, as attested by this.

Bowl, which reflects a special artistic sensibility which artisans bestowed upon objects. Showing as it does hand-worked glazing, as well as the decorative symbolism of flowers in Chinese culture and their association with sacred rituals. Measures 7.25 inches in diameter by 3.75 inches in height (18.4 cm by 9.52 cm). It is in very good condition, including rubbing, minor chips and scratches.

It dates probably to the late 19th or early 20th century. A superb example of a very distinctive style of Chinese ceramic art, it would make a fine collector's piece and is guaranteed authentic. Our goal is to bring the same experience and excitement of collecting that we have been delivering in-person to collectors across the Globe at.

Every object we sell online has been carefully hand-selected with special attention to detail, quality, significance, and authenticity. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Bowls". The seller is "gjpaw" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  1. Region of Origin: China
  2. Color: Blue
  3. Type: Bowls
  4. Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery
  5. Age: 1900-1940
  6. Maker: Unknown
  7. Original/Reproduction: Unknown


Chinese Porcelain Blue Lotus Bowl Glazed Ceramics China Late 19th Early 20th C  Chinese Porcelain Blue Lotus Bowl Glazed Ceramics China Late 19th Early 20th C