EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE CHINESE Kangxi IMARI VERTE BIRD AND FLORAL PORCELAIN CHARGER  15" W
15英寸康熙日本伊万里风格 花鸟 观赏盘
Item#: P1004
Circa: Kangxi (1662-1722 ) in Qing Dynasty
Size: 15.5"x11"x2" or 39x28x5cm
Weight: 6.2 lbs or 2.8kg
Originally marked underneath " 大清康熙年製" (Made in  Da Qing Kangxi)
Price: Inquiry

The exceptionally large Chinese Kangxi imari jug, Kangxi (1662-1722),decorated with Imari Verte porcelain
flowers and birds charger 15" wide. The piece is in mint condition. Perfect for collection and home
decoration. White spots in photos are light reflection, NOT SCRATCH. The stand is not for sale.

Notes on Chinese Imari Porcelain
Japanese Imari porcelain was first produced in the Genroku period c.1700 It is characterised by the striking
use of underglaze blue, red and gilt, and occasionally green enamels. When it came to the attention of the
Chinese at Jindezhen that these wares were extremely popular in Europe, they began to produce Imari
wares in competition with the Japanese. The first Chinese Imari pieces were produced during the latter half
Kangxi period (1662-1722). As a generalisation the Chinese Imari pieces are much more finely potted and
have a thinner and more even glaze. The Japanese glaze is often crackled and on the inside of vases the
glaze is clearly seen to have run. Furthermore most Chinese Imari has a much finer quality underglaze blue.