4 edition of Chinese porcelains in European mounts found in the catalog.
Chinese porcelains in European mounts
F. J. B. Watson
Bibliography: p. 61.
|Statement||by Francis Watson.|
|Contributions||China House Gallery.|
|LC Classifications||NK4565.5 .W37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||80069971|
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[F J B Watson; China House Gallery.]. The French mounts of gilded bronze frame the vessels in sweeping scrolls and swirls of acanthus leaves and bulrushes. Chinese porcelains in 19th-century metal wraps are. What are mounted porcelains, who made them and what should a collector look for.
A FRENCH ORMOLU-MOUNTED CHINESE PORCELAIN NIGHT March 31New York Lot More Information: A LOUIS XV ORMOLU-MOUNTED CHINESE PORCELAIN March 31New The Collection of Carroll Petrie & European March 31 Chinese ceramics show a continuous development since pre-dynastic times and are one of the most significant forms of Chinese art and ceramics globally.
The first pottery was made during the Palaeolithic era. Chinese ceramics range from construction materials such as bricks and tiles, to hand-built pottery vessels fired in bonfires or kilns, to the sophisticated Chinese porcelain wares made for. Attempts by medieval European potters to imitate this translucent Chinese porcelain led to the eventual discovery of artificial, or soft-paste, porcelain, a mixture of clay and ground glass requiring a “softer” firing (about 1, °C, or 2, °F) than hard-paste porcelain.
Although there is a superficial resemblance, artificial porcelain. Pieces such as these were regarded as suitable for royal gifts or for the furnishing of princely houses. The ewer shown here is one of a group of Chinese porcelains of Wanli period (–), with silver-gilt mounts made in London by an unidentified silversmith about They were all acquired by the Museum from the estate of J.
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Society's rulers--emperors, kings, dukes, cardinals, and bishops--commissioned the most splendid manuscripts. The Book of Famille Rose. Par George C. Williamson. Tankards and Mugs: Drinking from Chinese Export Porcelain.
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Chinese and Japanese Porcelains and Potteries, Far Eastern and European Objects of Art: The Collection of. The man most often credited as the original creator of European porcelain was a German by the name of Johann Friedrich Böttger.
He was an alchemist—he said. Made in the early 18th century, these objects reflect Chinese tastes but were sold to both domestic and export markets.
At this point in history, before private European orders were common, demand in Europe for Chinese porcelains was great, and Western trading companies brought back porcelains decorated with Chinese motifs for a demanding.
‘Porcelain’ Review: In Search of the Arcanum Many of the European rulers who sponsored the porcelain industry cared less for proﬁt than for objects of luxury to display their grandeur. In mid eighteenth-century France, elaborately mounted Asian porcelains were at the height of fashion.
More Far Eastern porcelains with gilt bronze mounts were produced in the period between and than at any other point in European history, and Paris was the center of this phenomenon. Commissioned by the Parisian marchands merciers, or luxury merchants, artisans.
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Chinese porcelains in European mounts. Par F. J. B Watson. Parution: Published by: The Gallery. English. Paperback. 64 Pages. Back to the publications list.
Discover our collection. A Chinese famille rose teapot decorated with diapers and flowers. 9. ewer with silver mounts but not overtaking, the object in question. The Frits van der Lugt Collection of Chinese Porcelains, Lochem, The British Museum Book of Chinese.
The chinoiserie decoration in silver is by Abraham Seuter, and the silver mounts were added circa But then, after much experimentation, the recipe for true hard-paste porcelain was developed at the Saxon factory of Meissen near Dresden in Germany.