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Bow Porcelain Chinoiserie Tankard.


Bow Porcelain Chinoiserie Tankard,

Bow, London,

1760-65.

(Ref: NY9033/IAMR)


The unusually painted polychrome Bow porcelain tankard depicts Chinoiserie figures sitting around a low table with a porcelain vase with flowers in the center and a large famille rose bird perched on a branch.


Dimensions: 6 inches high x 5 3/4 inches wide acroos handles x 4 inch diameter.


Reference: Made in New Canton: Bow Porcelain From The Collection of The London Borough of Newham, Anton, Gabszewicz, Page 61, #50 for a Famille Rose Baluster Cream-Jug, circa 1765 with Chinese figure before a tree.  The treatment of the tree with brown marking on the branches is extremely similar as is the colouration of the Chinese figure.


A very similar decoration on a mug by Bow at The Victoria & Albert Museum, Museum.


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© Victoria and Albert Museum, London


See above a very similar deocration on a mug by Bow at The Victoria & Albert Museum, Museum # C 225-1924.  See E. C. C. Trans. Vol. 2, No. 7, 1939, p. 84.







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