A Nanking Cargo Batavian antique Chinese hand painted blue and white export porcelain tea bowl and saucer. They are decorated on the inside with underglaze blue hand painted rocks, peony flowers and bamboo. The exteriors with brown Batavian glaze or cafe au lait glaze. The Nanking Cargo is the name given to the sale of the salvaged material from the.
Which struck a reef on her return journey to the Netherlands and sank in the South China Sea, on. For final transportation to the Netherlands.Chinese Export Porcelain and Gold' two hundred and thirty five years later. They date from the reign of the Emperor Qianlong.
During the King George II period in England. They are plain smooth bodied with the same pattern on each and a cross hatched border pattern on the inner rims of each.
They are in excellent antique condition, they each have some minor fritting and glaze flaws and the saucer is slightly warped. There are no chips, cracks nor restoration. Tea bowl height 1 5/8 inches (4.2 cm) Tea bowl diameter 2 7/8 inches (7.4 cm) Saucer height 15/16 inch (2.4 cm) Saucer diameter 4 5/8 inches (11.7 cm) Total weight 124 grammes unpacked. The item "Nanking Cargo Chinese Porcelain Batavian Tea Bowl Saucer Qianlong Qing c 1750" is in sale since Thursday, November 28, 2019.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Porcelain". The seller is "jockjen" and is located in Askam-in-Furness. This item can be shipped worldwide.