Antique 18C Kangxi Chinese Porcelain Cafe au Lait Tea set Blood Milk Flowers
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Condition Report: Dish with line in base. Bowl with restored section to wall. Size 125x26mm and 77x43mm DiameterxHeight
Kangxi period, cafe au lait and blood and milk combined. Unmarked at the base.
Chinese café au lait porcelain is a type of Chinese porcelain that was made particulary in the 18th and 19th centuries and was specifically created for the Western market. The term “café au lait” refers to the color of the porcelain, which is a light brown or tan color that resembles coffee with milk.
Chinese café au lait porcelain is typically made from a mixture of kaolin, feldspar, and quartz, which is then coated with a light brown glaze. The porcelain is often decorated with intricate patterns, landscapes, and figural scenes that were designed to appeal to Western tastes.
Chinese café au lait porcelain was particularly popular in Europe and was often used for serving tea and coffee, as well as for decorative purposes. It was highly valued for its beauty and craftsmanship, and many pieces were made specifically for export to Europe.
Today, Chinese café au lait porcelain is highly collectible and is considered a valuable and important part of the history of Chinese porcelain production.
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|Region of Origin|
Cafe au Lait / Batavian Brown, Copper Red
|China Dynasty Period||
Qing (1661 – 1912)
Dish with line in base. Bowl with restored section to wall. Size 125x26mm and 77x43mm DiameterxHeight
Porcelain & Pottery