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Ming and Qing porcelain

From the Ming dynasty, imperial sponsorship of the kilns at Jingdezhen began in earnest and continued throughout the Qing dynasty, with many of the emperors taking a personal interest in the porcelain produced. Large quantities were produced for court use, including for eating and drinking, decorative and ceremonial purposes. Imperial sponsorship and supervision of the kilns resulted in porcelains of the highest quality. During the Ming dynasty, new technology allowed the production of the finest blue and white porcelain and the revival of glazes such as coper red. Notable ceramic innovations of the Qing dynasty include falangcai enamelled porcelain. 


Yellow-ground and green porcelain bowl

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Famille Verte Octagonal Jardiniere

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Green and Aubergine Porcelain Dish

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