Teapot in Canton porcelain - Qing dynation - Rose Canton - Porcelain, gold leaf - China - 19th/20th century
Beautiful late 19th, early 20th century teapot in Canton porcelain from the Qing Dynasty with a famille rose decoration of flowers, butterflies and trees, also called Rose Kanton. With gold leaf accents and marked on the bottom.
'Canton' is the Dutch name for the port city of Guangzhou in the Guangdong province in southern China. During the Qing dynasty (1644-1911), many complexes were established in Guangdong province for the production of Chinese vases, plates and teapots. The majority of Chinese porcelain produced in Canton dates back to the Qing dynasty. Canton was the only port legally allowed to export Chinese goods to Europe. Consequently, Canton porcelain was one of the main types of Chinese export porcelain. Famille rose vases, plates and teapots from the 19th century from Canton are decorated with birds, flowers and insects.
Status report: In good condition
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