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Title:

Vase, one of a Garniture of Five Vases

Maker:

Unknown; factory

Category:

hard-paste porcelain

Name(s):

vase
famille verte; category

Date:

circa 1860 1720

School/Style:

famille verte

Period(s):

Qing Dynasty (1644-1912); Kangxi Period (1662-1722)

Description:

Hard-paste porcelain, painted overglaze in enamels in the famille verte palette, and gilt.

Production
Place (legacy):

China, factory, country
Chinese, factory, nationality

Technique(s):

throwing; whole; lower part and neck thrown separately
glazing (coating); whole
painting; decoration
gilding; decoration

Material(s):

hard-paste porcelain; whole
glazed; whole
enamels; whole
gold; whole

Technique
Description:

hard-paste porcelain, thrown, glazed, and painted in famille verte enamels

Dimension(s):

height, beaker, 71, cm
width

Acquisition:

given; 1948; Rothschild, Anthony de

Provenance:

Cyril Andrade, 8 Duke Street, St James's, London, from whom purchased on 5 June 1925 by the donor

Acquisition Credit:

Given by Anthony de Rothschild through the National Art Collections Fund

Exhibition(s):

International Exhibition of Chinese Art. 1935 - 1936
Organiser: Royal Academy of Arts, London, Britain
Venue: Royal Academy of Arts, London
Catalogue number: 1782

Related Object(s):

C.17.5-1948; Vase from a Garniture of Five Vases
C.17.3 & A-1948; Vase and Cover from a Garniture of Five Vases
C.17.2 & A-1948; Vase and Cover from a set of Five Vases
C.17.1 & A-1948; Vase and Cover from a set of Five Vases

Part Of:

set of vases

Accession:

Object Number: C.17.4-1948
(Applied Arts)
(record id: 125854; input: 2006-01-31; modified: 2013-03-21)

Related
Resource:

Conserving Art: Vases

Permanent
Identifier:

http://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/id/object/125854





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