Yingge Ware Dish with Landscape Design and Lotus Petal in Relief


A pottery dish fired in Yingge, Taiwan, during the 1950s to 1960s. Draws landscape design full of tropical atmosphere, combining hand-drawing and stamps. The rim has lotus petals relief designed by stamp technique and covered in blue. The ceramics industry in Taiwan developed during Japanese rule, declined during the Pacific War, and was revived by Waishengren (Chinese immigrants who came to Taiwan with the Kuomintang government), receiving significant influences from both Japan and China.

Minor kiln damages can be seen entirely. There is a Y-shaped hairline on the base, but it does not pass through the front face.

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