Kakiemon style with winged beast, flying crane, insects, grasses, spays in indianische blumen within a Sulkowski Osier border

Kakiemon plate with beast, crane, insects, c. 1740

Unknown artist, expand_more

When the factory at Meissen began production in the early eighteenth century, the wares produced there were heavily reliant upon Asian forms and motifs. These plates were among the earliest European wares produced in porcelain and derive their decoration from Chinese models.

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Kakiemon plate with beast, crane, insects
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Artist
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94.86.10
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Kakiemon style with winged beast, flying crane, insects, grasses, spays in indianische blumen within a Sulkowski Osier border