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Bonbonnière (Snuffbox)
Hard-paste. Ca. 1760
Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Bonbonnière (Snuffbox)
Hard-paste. Ca. 1760
Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Small ornaments in the form of faces or animals were typical products of the period. These little boxes were used to hold beauty spots, snuff, mint sweets or pills to disguise bad breath, and so were known by the generic name of bonbonnières (Snuffbox).

Vase
Soft-paste. Late XIX century
Sèvres Manufactory
Vase
Soft-paste. Late XIX century
Sèvres Manufactory

Jarrón grande con su tapadera, de porcelana de Sèvres, en azul y oro. Procede del legado de Ma Paz García de la Lama y Álvarez.

Circular Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous
Circular Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous

Chinese products, especially silks and porcelains, had long been known in the West. The earliest imported porcelains were mostly blue-and-white pieces from the period of Emperor Ming, Wan Li. Chinese makers soon grasped that Europeans knew little of porcelain and began producing export products that were accepted as authentic artworks in the West, despite their vulgar appearance and even their imp

Octagonal Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous
Octagonal Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous

Chinese products, especially silks and porcelains, had long been known in the West. The earliest imported porcelains were mostly blue-and-white pieces from the period of Emperor Ming, Wan Li. Chinese makers soon grasped that Europeans knew little of porcelain and began producing export products that were accepted as authentic artworks in the West, despite their vulgar appearance and even their imp

Musician figure
Hard-paste. Ca. 1750
Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Musician figure
Hard-paste. Ca. 1750
Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

La figura representa a un joven ataviado a la moda dieciochesca, en pie, apoyado en un tronco de árbol en graciosa postura tocando una zanfonía; la base es cuadrada, lisa, con algunas plantas floridas en color. La figura, de gran finura de ejecución, tiene un predominio de blancos y esta pintada en azul, rojo ladrillo, verde, amarillo, malva y negro para los zapatos y el sombrero. Es una copia de

Sugar Bowl. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. XVIII century
Anonymous
Sugar Bowl. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. XVIII century
Anonymous

Los productos chinos, sobre todo las sedas y las porcelanas, se conocieron en Occidente desde época remota; durante la Edad Media, los árabes fueron los mercaderes que hicieron llegar aquí tan preciados artículos. Las porcelanas que se importaron en el primer momento fueron, sobre todo, las azul y blanco de la época del emperador Ming, Wan Li. Los fabricantes chinos comprendieron pronto que los eu

Circular Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous
Circular Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous

Chinese products, especially silks and porcelains, had long been known in the West. The earliest imported porcelains were mostly blue-and-white pieces from the period of Emperor Ming, Wan Li. Chinese makers soon grasped that Europeans knew little of porcelain and began producing export products that were accepted as authentic artworks in the West, despite their vulgar appearance and even their imp

Oval platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous
Oval platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous

Chinese products, especially silks and porcelains, had long been known in the West. The earliest imported porcelains were mostly blue-and-white pieces from the period of Emperor Ming, Wan Li. Chinese makers soon grasped that Europeans knew little of porcelain and began producing export products that were accepted as authentic artworks in the West, despite their vulgar appearance and even their imp

Wine-bottle cooler
Hard-paste. 1760
Aloncle, François-Joseph
Wine-bottle cooler
Hard-paste. 1760
Aloncle, François-Joseph

De orígenes modestos, la fábrica de porcelana de Sèvres obtuvo en 1745 un privilegio para hacer porcelana a la manera sajona y a la manera China. Fue Madame de Pompadour quien logró que se le concediera el título de manufactura real de porcelana, siendo trasladada en 1756 a una propiedad suya en Sèvres; mientras que cuando Luís XV se hizo cargo personalmente de ella, se le concedieron grandes subv

Octagonal Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous
Octagonal Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous

Chinese products, especially silks and porcelains, had long been known in the West. The earliest imported porcelains were mostly blue-and-white pieces from the period of Emperor Ming, Wan Li. Chinese makers soon grasped that Europeans knew little of porcelain and began producing export products that were accepted as authentic artworks in the West, despite their vulgar appearance and even their imp

Octagonal Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous
Octagonal Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous

Chinese products, especially silks and porcelains, had long been known in the West. The earliest imported porcelains were mostly blue-and-white pieces from the period of Emperor Ming, Wan Li. Chinese makers soon grasped that Europeans knew little of porcelain and began producing export products that were accepted as authentic artworks in the West, despite their vulgar appearance and even their imp

Octagonal Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous
Octagonal Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous

Chinese products, especially silks and porcelains, had long been known in the West. The earliest imported porcelains were mostly blue-and-white pieces from the period of Emperor Ming, Wan Li. Chinese makers soon grasped that Europeans knew little of porcelain and began producing export products that were accepted as authentic artworks in the West, despite their vulgar appearance and even their imp

Octagonal Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous
Octagonal Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous

Chinese products, especially silks and porcelains, had long been known in the West. The earliest imported porcelains were mostly blue-and-white pieces from the period of Emperor Ming, Wan Li. Chinese makers soon grasped that Europeans knew little of porcelain and began producing export products that were accepted as authentic artworks in the West, despite their vulgar appearance and even their imp

Tray
Hard-paste. 1758
Sèvres Manufactory
Tray
Hard-paste. 1758
Sèvres Manufactory

De orígenes modestos, la fábrica de porcelana de Sèvres obtuvo en 1745 un privilegio para hacer porcelana a la manera sajona y a la manera China. Fue Madame de Pompadour quien logró que se le concediera el título de manufactura real de porcelana, siendo trasladada en 1756 a una propiedad suya en Sèvres; mientras que cuando Luís XV se hizo cargo personalmente de ella, se le concedieron grandes subv

Bonbonnière (Snuffbox)
Agate, Hard-paste, Metal. 1760 - 1765
Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Bonbonnière (Snuffbox)
Agate, Hard-paste, Metal. 1760 - 1765
Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Small ornaments in the form of faces or animals were typical products of the period. These little boxes were used to hold beauty spots, snuff, mint sweets or pills to disguise bad breath, and so were known by the generic name of bonbonnières (Snuffbox). This one has the form of a girl’s face, with artificial beauty spots, hidden behind a mask.

Snuffbox
Hard-paste. Ca. 1760
Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Snuffbox
Hard-paste. Ca. 1760
Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Esta pieza es una cajita o estuche en figura de cabeza de mono, sonriente, con los labios rojizos y los dientes también dibujados en rojo, lo mismo que el hocico rosado; el pelo castaño, hecho con plumeado muy fino, y los ojos son dos granates engastados. Lleva montura de metal dorado con una anilla para colgar, en la parte superior y por tapa un ónice. Cajitas del mismo tipo se hicieron en metal

Octagonal Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous
Octagonal Chinese porcelain platter. Dutch East India Company
Hard-paste porcelain. First half of the XVIII century
Anonymous

Chinese products, especially silks and porcelains, had long been known in the West. The earliest imported porcelains were mostly blue-and-white pieces from the period of Emperor Ming, Wan Li. Chinese makers soon grasped that Europeans knew little of porcelain and began producing export products that were accepted as authentic artworks in the West, despite their vulgar appearance and even their imp

Plate
Hard-paste. 1763
Sèvres Manufactory
Plate
Hard-paste. 1763
Sèvres Manufactory

De orígenes modestos, la fábrica de porcelana de Sèvres obtuvo en 1745 un privilegio para hacer porcelana a la manera sajona y a la manera China. Fue Madame de Pompadour quien logró que se le concediera el título de manufactura real de porcelana, siendo trasladada en 1756 a una propiedad suya en Sèvres; mientras que cuando Luís XV se hizo cargo personalmente de ella, se le concedieron grandes subv

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