Yingge Ware Dish With Flower and Butterfly DesignSOLD OUT
A medium-sized pottery dish fired in Taiwan’s Yingge. It was crafted in the 1950s to 1960s when the Beitou kiln which was founded by Kamoto Shozaburo, was relocated to Yingge. The peach-coloured glaze that was characteristic of Beitou continues to be used. The unskillful but juicy painting of flowers and butterflies indicate the later development of a large ceramic industry of Yingge.
There is a chip on the rim and some dirt are seen, but the condition is generally good. In Yingge, mass production of ceramics began in earnest after the 1970s, when imports from the mainland stopped due to the Cultural Revolution, and ceramics from before that time are rare.
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