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Published PDF date : Qing, Room 95 label text: PDF 133 Stick incense holder in the form of an elephant Potters in the late Ming and Qing dynasties made copies of Ding wares at Jingdezhen in Jiangxi province, Zhangzhou in Fujian province and in other southern kilns. This incense-stick holder (one of a pair) is modelled in the form of a caparisoned elephants (saddled with a blanket and wearing bridles). Potters at Zhangzhou underfired the body below porcelain temperature. It is chalky white or ‘rice–coloured’ and potters covered it either with a white slip and a thin transparent glaze with a yellowish cast that crackled during the cooling process or with an opaque white glaze. Connoisseurs once called this type of ceramic 土定 (tu ding ‘earthen Ding ware’). Underfired porcelain with incised and applied details and clear glaze, fitted with cloisonné enamel incense holder Zhangzhou ware 漳州窯 Zhangzhou, Fujian province 福建省, 漳州, cloisonné made in Beijing 北京 Qing dynasty, cloisonné: Qianlong mark and period, AD 1736–1795
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Appeared in exhibition :: G95 Sir Percival David Collection ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Hobson 1934 p. 102, pl. CI :: one of a pair, Bibliograpic reference :: Medley 1975 Monochrome pl. 293 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Medley 1980 p.31, no.98 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Pierson and Barnes 2002 p.35, no.26 (and base) :: pair with 134, Consists of :: porcelain ::, Dimension Depth :: 285.00mm ::, Dimension Height :: 180.00mm ::, Inscription note :: Qianlong mark, Located in gallery :: G95/case11/sh5 :: 27 Feb 2009, Object type :: incense-holder ::, Production (Made in) :: Zhangzhou ::, Production Period / Culture :: Qianlong ::, Production Period / Culture :: Qing dynasty ::, Production date :: 1736-1795 ::, Uses technique :: glazed ::, Ware :: Chinese White Ware ::
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Exhibition label :: G95 Sir Percival David Collection :: PDF 133 Stick incense holder in the form of an elephant Potters in the late Ming and Qing dynasties made copies of Ding wares at Jingdezhen in Jiangxi province, Zhangzhou in Fujian province and in other southern kilns. This incense-stick holder (one of a pair) is modelled in the form of a caparisoned elephants (saddled with a blanket and wearing bridles). Potters at Zhangzhou underfired the body below porcelain temperature. It is chalky white or ‘rice–coloured’ and potters covered it either with a white slip and a thin transparent glaze with a yellowish cast that crackled during the cooling process or with an opaque white glaze. Connoisseurs once called this type of ceramic 土定 (tu ding ‘earthen Ding ware’). Underfired porcelain with incised and applied details and clear glaze, fitted with cloisonné enamel incense holder Zhangzhou ware 漳州窯 Zhangzhou, Fujian province 福建省, 漳州, cloisonné made in Beijing 北京 Qing dynasty, cloisonné: Qianlong mark and period, AD 1736–1795
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Porcelain flower holder in the form of an elephant, with a cloisonne flower holder set into the back. The flower holder has cream glaze. There is a lotus-with-dot border and key-fret band on saddlecloth. There is an inscription on the base. One of a pair with PDF134.
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