The Chinese Imperial Ceramic Artwork motif found in Indonesia(continiu)

THE ART MOTIF OF CHINA IMPERIAL CERAMIC FOUND IN INDONESIA

PART THREE

PART III. STUDIES RESULTS

 

By

Dr Iwan Suwandy , MHA

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Motif pine tree

 

Late Ming pine  tree motif  longlife  big bowl

https://driwancybermuseum.wordpress.com/2010/12/12/pameran-keramik-langka-ming-swatowexhibition/

 

Object statement

Dish, porcelain, Swatow, Ming Dynasty, China, early 17th century

The Significance Statement summarises why an object is important and places it in a social and cultural context. An object may be significant for various reasons, including: historical use, rarity, design/aesthetics, new technology or changes in society. Statement of significance

This blue and white Swatow dish depicts longevity motifs including sun, pine trees, rocks and antelope. It has six floral medallions amongst a fish scale design on the flat rim, kiln grit to base.

 

Swatow ware or Swatow is a group of late Ming Dynasty exports ware from China to Japan, India and other Southeast Asian countries. Swatow is a name of a port on the South China (now Shantou) on the northern coast of the Guangdong region. So far the kilns where these have not been identified, but possible places of manufacture include Te-hua or Chuan-chou (Fukien) and Shihwan(Canton).

 

Swatow ware is generally coarse, crudely potted and often under fired. Decoration in blue and white is by far most common, although many polychrome wares, mainly with iron red and green over glaze decorations, are known.

this collection were collected in Jakarta betweeen 1968 and 1976. The collection is a good representation of trade wares in Southeast Asia and reflects the development of the ceramic industry and trade within the Asian regions during the thirteenth century and seventeenth century. This  ceramic ware was probably exported to Indonesia via a sea trade route when Thailand became deeply involved in the long-distance ceramic trade.

Motif) longevity Symbol

3) Pine Tree

 

 

 

 

Motif Bamboo Tree

 

late qing Bamboo tree symbol motif tea cup with cover

 

Motif) longevity Symbol

5) bamboo tree

FRUIT AND FLOWER  GOOD FORTUNR LUCKY SYMBOL
1) Yuan  Flowers Fruit Plum  symbols facilitate LUCK Good Fortune

 


4) Qing Orchid Flower  symbols epitome of perfection

 

Qing Batavian beown Ware with Orchid symbol motif


5) citrus fruit brings many blessings

 

kendi (ritual water sprinkler), early 1600s China, Ming dynasty (1368-1644)
Wanli period (1573-1620)
porcelain, underglaze
 with cirus symbol motif

 

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