|Title:||CHINESE PORCELAIN PLATE DUTCH MARKET|
|Size:||9.00" x 9.00"|
Chinese porcelain plate made for the Dutch market, the crimped edge in simulation of European silver. Under glaze blue design of a town scape thought to represent either Katwijk or Scheveningen in Holland and based probably on a Delft original by Frederick van Frytom, one of the greatest of the Dutch pottery painters. Plates with this design were original made in Japan and often styled "Deshima Island" plates after the Dutch enclave at Nagasaki. This example was recovered from a wreak off the coast of Vietnam in early 1999. Until this find, only a handful was thought to exist. Kangxi Period, c. 1700.
Dimensions: 9" diameter
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