Antique 20C Printed Japanese Porcelain Dish Bleu de Hue Plate Vietnamese market
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Condition Report: 1 chip to the rim. Size 236x29mm DiameterXHeight
A lovely quality blue and white transfer printed porcelain dish. Japan, 1935-1945.
The production of bleu de hue porcelain in China has been ongoing until at least the 1940s. Some of the later porcelains, like this one, are Japanese and in particular those from 1935-1945 are from Japan, with transfer printed decoration.
Chinese blue and white export porcelain for the Vietnamese market. The best “Bleu de Hue” was ordered by the Vietnamese court by way of diplomatic missions to China. Most of them were produced in Jingdezhen with special designs and marks. Hue is the name of the old city where the Vietnamese King resided at the time. The designs are special, characteristic and have a slight character of being Japanese instead. Some have poem on them. One common two character mark reads Nei Fu, and can be translated as “Inner Court”. Blue de Hue wares were made in China for the Vietnamese dynasties in the 18th and 19th century until after the revolution led by Dr. Sun Yat-sen.
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|Region of Origin|
Blue de Hue, Blue & White, SE Asia (Straits/Bencharong/Etc)
1 chip to the rim. Size 236x29mm DiameterXHeight
Porcelain & Pottery