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Porcelain wine-cup. Decorated in doucai style with underglaze blue outlines and washes and overglaze red, green and pale aubergine enamels. Design on the exterior of gentleman scholar seated on a willow tree trunk by a river with ducks. Short inscription on the exterior, and mark on base.
- Made in: Jingdezhen
- (Asia,China,Jiangxi (province),Jingdezhen)
- Height: 33 millimetres
- Diameter: 66 millimetres
Inscription CommentSix-character Kangxi mark in a double rectangle in underglaze cobalt blue
Published PDF date : Qing Kangxi 1662-1722Room 95 label text:
Doucai cup showing a man beneath a willow tree
This porcelain cup is decorated in Qing dynasty (AD 1644–1911) doucai style with underglaze blue outlines and washes and translucent overglaze green, aubergine and brown enamels. On the base is a six-character Kangxi reign mark in a double rectangle in underglaze cobalt-blue
Porcelain with underglaze cobalt-blue and overglaze enamels
Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province 江西省, 景德鎮
Qing dynasty, Kangxi mark and period, AD 1662–1722
Porcelain wine-cup. Decorated in doucai style with underglaze blue outlines and washes and overglaze red, green and pale aubergine enamels. Design on the outside of gentleman scholar seated on a willow tree trunk by a river with ducks. Short inscription on outside, and mark on base.
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Object reference number: RRC39661
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