Antique 19/20C Chinese Porcelain'Robin's Egg Glaze plate Qianlong marked. Rare and very cool plate with'Robin's egg' glaze. Robin's egg' glaze A Jingdezhen low-fired speckled opaque turquoise and blue glaze, developed in the 18th century, probably in the Yongzheng period (1723-35).
It is a bi-color glazing technique, the blue glaze being applied as a simple all-over coat and the turquoise being blown on, to produce a delicate strippled effect. Opaque turquoise-blue glaze suffused overall with a finely mottled dark purplish blue. Robin's egg' glaze was used from the Yongzheng period until the 19th century, and is called lu Jun or'furnace Jun' in China, suggesting that a connection was made with the Jun glazes of the Song Dynasty, and because it was fired in a furnace at a lower temperature than the porcelain itself. A very nicely made charger.Overall Condition; small fritting, 1 chip and 1 line. 19th century Qing (1661 - 1912). We can not control this. For China (& rest of Asia) & US allow at least 2 to 3 weeks.
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