Price

£775.00

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Ming Kraak Blue and White Porcelain.

Ming Blue and white porcelain Kraak 'crow cup / krai Cup' made at Jingdezhen for export to Europe this type was mainly  with the Dutch East India Company and exported into the Netherlands.
Made in the 17th century between 1615 - 1630 according to Maura Rinaldi in Kraak Porcelain see plate 181 shape iv.i . The well potted  body is lightly molded.
The outside is painted with panels of auspicious flowers in panels separated by a dagger line.  To the inside alternating flowerheads to the side and a bird perched on a rock with water plants  to the base, this is the reason for the name - crow cup.
Kraak was not appreciated by the Chinese potters and less care was taken of its production which allowed for kiln grit to adhere to foot rims and small knocks or chips to be glazed over.
Excellent example of type.
 

Dimensions

10cm x 7cm

Price

£775.00

Condition report

Very good

Stock number

6328

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