Chinese Kangxi Blue and White Teacup Circa 1700Chinese Kangxi Blue and White Teacup Circa 1700Chinese Kangxi Blue and White Teacup Circa 1700Chinese Kangxi Blue and White Teacup Circa 1700Chinese Kangxi Blue and White Teacup Circa 1700

A delicate well painted blue and white teacup with a design of Ming style five-petal flowers and buddhist objects painted with a nice smoky cobalt. There is a five-petaled flower in the well of the tea cup.

The thin and translucent porcelain crafted using a refined white paste. The foot ring is shallow and shows the unglazed white refined clay. There are chatter marks on the glazed base. The glaze has a bluish tint and is thin and translucent. The cobalt decoration is fluid and expertly done with no painting mistakes.

There are no marks or labels.

MEASUREMENTS

2 ¾” (7.0 cm) diameter x 1 ½” (3.8 cm) tall. Weighs 1.4 oz (45 g)

CONDITION

There is a rim chip with smaller chips and frits along the rim. There are no breaks or cracks. The glaze is fresh and bright.

A delicate, amazing, decorative teacup to add to a collection or be part of an assembly of antique blue and white.

ITEM ID
Por-2964
STYLE
Kangxi, Qing
COLOR
Blue, White
TYPE
Hand Made, Hand Painted, Porcelain
ORIGIN
China • Chinese
PURPOSE
Teacups
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Chinese Kangxi Blue and White Teacup Circa 1700

$165

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