beaker, chocolate

manufacturer: Vienna Porcelain Factory (Du Paquier) (estab. 1718, closed 1744);  after: Petrus Schenk (active circa 1720); 

circa 1725
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Description
beaker, chocolate, tall very narrow from decorated in Eisenrot (iron-red) with continuous Chinoiserie scenes of a chinaman in a garden with flowering trees and pagodas, with silver lustre rim and foot ring.
The painting is after a series of twelve engravings Nieuwe Geinventeerde Sineesen by Petrus Schenk, Amsterdam, circa 1720. Iron-red is one of the earliest colours developed by Du Paquier.
Maker and role
manufacturer: Vienna Porcelain Factory (Du Paquier) (estab. 1718, closed 1744)
after: Petrus Schenk (active circa 1720)
Production place
Vienna, Austria
Production date
circa 1725
Media description
porcelain, Eisenrot (iron-red), silver lustre
Measurements
70 x 55 mm
Measurement details
height: 70mm
depth: 55mm
Credit line
purchased with funds provided by the Nina Stanton 18th Century Porcelain Bequest, 2014
Project credit line
This digital record has been made available on TJC Collection Online through a significant donation from the OPENING DOORS fund, the generous support of The Friends of The Johnston Collection, and Digitisation Champion Christine Bell
Accession number
A1349

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