capuchin porcelain, bowls and so on - Porcelain

capuchin porcelain, bowls and so on - Porcelain
China - 1890-1960

Capuchin brown (tsû chin) is porcelain that is covered with a layer of iron-containing clay. It was in vogue during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1795).
Porcelain with this brown glaze is called Batavia porcelain, this enamel type occurs from the 17th century to the present day. The dating of these objects is therefore also very difficult.

This lot consists of:
2 bowls with lid, diameter 7.5 and 6.5 cm
5 bowls diameter 12 cm
1 small bowl diameter 6.5 cm
1 vase height 7.5 cm
2 saucers diameter 11 cm.

Will be shipped via PostNL with track and trace

Lot details
capuchin porcelain, bowls and so on
Estimated Period
Country of Origin
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
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