Blue And White Porcelain Cup From | China, 17CSOLD OUT
A tea cup made in a kiln around Fujian Province in China at end of Ming to beginning of Qing Dynasty. The painting reminds of Jingdezhen but those rough made tea cups are made in a private kiln of southern China.
The raw glaze and pale color painting are very similar to the initial Japanese Imari ware. It caused that both of them referred to Jingdezhen at the same time.
Good condition with no significant damage. Also recommended for use as a sake cup.
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