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19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by williammimi70 » Apr 27th, '17, 05:26

Famille rose possibly Daoguang period cups
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Re: 19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by chrl42 » Apr 27th, '17, 05:29

I'm sorry..I don't really know much about porcelains..

but are you sure that is 'made in China' :?: :!:

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Re: 19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by williammimi70 » Apr 27th, '17, 05:31

chrl42 wrote: I'm sorry..I don't really know much about porcelains..

but are you sure that is 'made in China' :?: :!:
Hi Chrl42
I am very certain that these were made in the 19th century in China for export to the West

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Re: 19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by William » Apr 27th, '17, 09:02

Nice cups (and relative) lids. Classic export porcelain for Europe, e.g. England, Netherland, Sweden, etc.
I agree with you, these polychrome enamels are typical of early/mid 19th century, though they could well be even late Qianlong period. The molded part is really nice!
Thanks for sharing! :D

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Re: 19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by williammimi70 » Apr 27th, '17, 09:15

Canton famille rose teapot and cups 19th century ( late)
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Re: 19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by williammimi70 » Apr 27th, '17, 09:17

William wrote: Nice cups (and relative) lids. Classic export porcelain for Europe, e.g. England, Netherland, Sweden, etc.
I agree with you, these polychrome enamels are typical of early/mid 19th century, though they could well be even late Qianlong period. The molded part is really nice!
Thanks for sharing! :D
thank you for your words :D
I have some kangxi famille vert and yongzheng famille noir teapots I will find them and post them up , hope that you will like them

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Re: 19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by chrl42 » Apr 27th, '17, 22:04

The second teapot set is gorgeous..

now I know where chinoiserie came from :mrgreen:

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Re: 19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by williammimi70 » Apr 28th, '17, 01:08

chrl42 wrote: The second teapot set is gorgeous..

now I know where chinoiserie came from :mrgreen:
Thank you

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Re: 19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by williammimi70 » Apr 28th, '17, 02:37

This one is Tongzhi period
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Re: 19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by Bok » Apr 28th, '17, 05:23

do you use any of those?

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Re: 19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by williammimi70 » Apr 28th, '17, 06:50

Bok wrote: do you use any of those?
I have a yixing teapot which a friend from Taiwan sent to me , I use it to drink oolong tea :D

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Re: 19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by William » Apr 28th, '17, 07:36

Lovely teapots you posted here, thank you for sharing with us! :D

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Re: 19th century tea cup/chocolate cup

by williammimi70 » Apr 28th, '17, 09:53

William wrote: Lovely teapots you posted here, thank you for sharing with us! :D
Thank you
It is nice to share :)

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