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THE ART MOTIF OF CHINA IMPERIAL CERAMIC FOUND IN INDONESIA
PART III. STUDIES RESULTS
Dr Iwan Suwandy , MHA
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Motif Symbol Love and marriage Butterfly
Ming De Hua Buterfly motif cup
Late Qing Three sancai colour Butterfly with Chrysanthenum Motif aoutside and inside Bigger Bowl( illustration not upload)
In It shows a total of four butterflies among flower arrangements.
Zhushan butterfly bowl. Similar butterfly bowls are reportedly found at the Zhushan (imperial) kilns at Jingdezhen, China,. The base show a apocryphal six character (Chenghua Nian Zao) reign mark of emperor Chenghua (1464-1487).
Ming Wan Li Grasshoper motif plate
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A grasshopper on a rock below a flower arrangement . The grasshopper, like the bird, signify springtime, longevity and vibrant youth.
The decoration feature a grasshopper (a rare motif) on a rock below a peach arrangement. By placing the grasshopper on a rock, the artist add the meaning of long life to the theme which now mean chun guang chang shou which refers to ‘spring time and longevity’ to the Chinese. With the addition of the peach fruits (which is very rarely seen in the center medallion) the artist add great virtues to the theme. All these motifs together connotes blessing for vibrant youth, healthiness and long life.
1) Motif Tortoise
(Motif) longevity Symbol
A RARE BLUE AND WHITE CHINA PORCELAIN SEAL
The top molded with a tortoise above lingzhi sprays on three sides and the reign mark on the fourth，the base with a four-character intaglio seal，Wo si guren Provenance Sydney L. Moss Ltd.，London, Literature Paul Moss，Emperor，Scholar，Artisan，Monk: The Creative Personality in Chinese Works of Art，London，1984，no. 69. Lot Notes The seal，Wo si guren，may be translated as,’ I am thinking of the ancients’. Paul Moss in his entry for this rare seal in
Emperor，Scholar，Artisan，Monk，London，1984，no. 69，notes that “few blue and white porcelain seals are published or recorded“. He goes on to quote the 16th century expert，Kan Yang，that because of the hardness of porcelain it is difficult to carve a seal，and consequently the characters are coarse. They usually have tortoise，roof-tile and ’nose-shaped’ knops. A blue and white example with a roof-tile knop，bearing a Xuande mark and cyclically dated to 1433，was sold in our London rooms，16 October 1969，lot 45，and was later sold at Doyle，New York，The F. Gordon Morrill Collection，16 September 2003，lot 94. The inscription on that seal reads Zhe wei jin? wu （’kindness is the substance of compassion’）
Late ming crane symbol motif and one of eight tresusure symbol motif plate
Late Ming small plate with a beautsorryiful crane in midst of lotus flowers. identified to from Zhangzhou kiln9ILLUSTRATION NOT UP.LOAD LOOK AT THE cd-rOM)