1963.0707.003 A, B Porcelain Sugar bowl
  • 1963.0707.003 A, B Porcelain Sugar bowl
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Sugar bowl

  • Category:

    Ceramics

  • Place of Origin:

    Jingdezhen, China, Asia

  • Date:

    1790-1810

  • Materials:

    Porcelain (hard-paste); Lime (alkaline) glaze

  • Techniques:

    Thrown, Molded, Painted, Enameled, Gilded

  • Museum Object Number:

    1963.0707.003 A, B


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Object Number

1963.0707.003 A, B

Object Name

Sugar bowl

Category

Ceramics

Credit Line/Donor

Bequest of Henry Francis du Pont

Place of Origin

Jingdezhen, China, Asia

Date

1790-1810

Subjects

Maritime

Materials

Porcelain (hard-paste); Lime (alkaline) glaze

Techniques

Thrown, Molded, Painted, Enameled, Gilded

Dimensions (inches)

5.472 (H) , 5.827 (L) , 4.331 (W)

Dimensions (centimeters)

13.9 (H) , 14.8 (L) , 11 (W)

Object Description

Text available soon.

Bibliography and Bibliographic Notes

[Book] Cooper, Wendy A. 2002 An American Vision: Henry Francis du Pont's Winterthur Museum.
Similar set illustrated pp. 72-3
[Book] Howard, David Sanctuary. 1984 New York and the China Trade. 142 p.
Discussion of ship themed decoration, p. 110, Fig. c60
[Book] Mudge, Jean McClure. 1981 Chinese Export Porcelain for the American Trade, 1785-1835. 304 p.
Similar pieces ca. 1790-1810, p. 166, Fig 93
[Book] Mudge, Jean McClure. 1981 Chinese Export Porcelain for the American Trade, 1785-1835. 304 p.
Similar pieces ca. 1790-1810, p. 167, Fig 96
[Book] Godden, Geoffrey A. 1979 Oriental Export Market Porcelain.
Similarly decorated objects, p. 285, fig. 206
[Book] Litzenburg, Thomas V. & Bailey, Ann T. 2003 Chinese Export Porcelain in the Reeves Center Collection at Washington and Lee University. 288 p.
Examples of marine themed Chinese export porcelain, pp. 207-212
[Book] Rust, Gordon A. 1973 Collectors Guide to Antique Porcelain: A Basic Concise Introductory Reference Book.
Set Published p. 38
[Book] Herbert, Peter & Schiffer, Nancy N. 1980 China for America: Export Porcelain of the 18th and 19th Centuries. 223 p.
Marine decoration, pp.153-166