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Feb

14

Later trade of Chinese export porcelain

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As trade developed, finer quality wares were shipped by private traders who rented space on the Dutch East India Company ships. The bulk export wares of the 18th century were typically teawares and dinner services, often Blue and white decorated with flowers, pine, prunus, bamboo or with pagoda landscapes, a style that inspired the Willow pattern. They were sometimes clobbered (enamelled) in the Netherlands and England to enhance their decorative appeal. By the late 18th century, imports from China were in decline. Tastes were changing and competition from new European factories with mass-production brought about industrialisation took its toll.

Highly decorative Canton porcelain was produced throughout the 19th century but the quality of wares was in decline. By the end of the century, Blue and white wares in the Kangxi style were produced in large quantities and almost every earlier style and type was copied into the 20th century.

Jun

9

Ceramic Money Box – Fish

By Ceramic Design



How do you locate a truly unique and original gift? Ceramic Money Box – Fish

Simple. Get one of our hand-made money boxes – you can have a name added to make it unique for your child or friend. A great way to teach people to save money!

Images of our Whale Money Boxes are shown below, but don’t forget – we make money boxes in ALL SORTS of animal styles.

Apr

29

Ceramic porcelain products

By Ceramic Design



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Ceramic porcelain products:Ceramic flower pot, Ceramic planter, ceramic figurine, porcelain mug, porcelain insulator, ceramic figurine, and industrial ceramic.
Model No:Sc-10017
Material:Ceramic
Sample available.

Packing: Carton or pallet
Model NO.: SC-10017
Trademark: A-oneone
Origin: China
Transportation: By Sea
Export Markets: North America, Southeast Asia, Eastern Asia, Western Europe