MONOCHROME

18th CENTURY. Flambé glazed water-pot

An 18th century Flambé  glazed water-pot. The thick copper red glaze pools near the lower edge. This small copper-red porcelain water-pot has been fired using three pads.

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Condition:

Size: Height : 5 cm (2 inches)

Provenance: S.R.W. Shaw (d.1981), purchased c.1950-1960.

References:

Stock number: 24591.

 

Flambé Glazes :

Flambé glaze, as also called sang de boeuf (ox-blood),  is a glossy, rich, blood-red glaze often slashed with streaks of purple or turquoise used to decorate Chinese porcelain The effect is produced by a method of firing that incorporates copper. The technique was used in Europe and England, especially in the late 19th century.

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