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The focus of The Chalre Collection is Chinese and Asian Tradeware Ceramics -- in other words, Ceramics that were traded throughout Asia.  Tradeware Ceramics (Porcelain, Stoneware and Earthenware) tell the story of how the peoples of Asia forged social and commercial ties with each other during ancient times. 

 

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Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain - The Chalre Collection of Asian Ceramics

 Chinese Ceramics of Qing Dynasty

 

The Chalre Collection of

Qing Dynasty Porcelain

(Main Period: 1700 to 1900 AD)

 

Examples of Multi-Coloured Porcelain of the Qing dynasty era from The Chalre Collection are listed below.  Click on the icons for a full page description of each piece.  More are being added on a regular basis and research into the origins, dating and descriptions of each artifact is ongoing, so please come back again.  In the meantime, enjoy your discovery of The Chalre Collection of Asian Ceramic Art.  

 

 

The Story of 

Qing Dynasty Porcelain

 

The great Jingdezhen kilns that had supplied the most artistically advanced Ceramics to the world for centuries were utterly destroyed during the dislocations that led to the fall of the Ming dynasty (1368 1644). Gladly, the Manchu rulers of the new Qing (pronounced Ching) dynasty (1644 - 1911) were enthusiastic patrons of the arts. The Imperial Porcelain factories were rebuilt under the Kangxi emperor and production resumed in 1683. 
 
The development of enamel colours that were opaque were certainly one of the most significant technical contributions made to Ceramics during the Qing period. The new opaque colours enabled painters to blend tints to create a multitude of shades and hues. Tremendous advances in Porcelain began under Emperor Kangxi and continued into Yongzheng. The techniques developed were used throughout the entire dynasty era and continue to be used today. 

 


 

 




Rouleau Vase with Flowers - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Bottle Vase with Dragons - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Bottle Vase with Dragons - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

ROULEAU VASE WITH FLOWERS

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

BOTTLE VASE 

WITH DRAGONS

(1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

BOTTLE VASE 

WITH DRAGONS

(1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)




Double Gourd Vase - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Double Gourd Vase - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Covered Vase With Seated Girl - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

DOUBLE GOURD VASE (1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

DOUBLE GOURD VASE (1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

COVERED VASE WITH SEATED GIRL 

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)




Baluster Vase with Lotuses - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Large Guan with Fish Scene - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Large Guan with Fish Scene - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

BALUSTER VASE WITH LOTUSES

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

LARGE GUAN WITH FISH SCENE (1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

LARGE GUAN WITH FISH SCENE (1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)




Covered Vase With Peacocks - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Covered Vase with Peacocks - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Large Platter with Garden - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

COVERED VASE WITH PEACOCKS 

(1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

COVERED VASE WITH PEACOCKS 

(1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

LARGE PLATTER WITH GARDEN SCENE

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)




Large Temple Vase With Sage - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Large Platter - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Covered Ewer With Floral Design - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

LARGE TEMPLE VASE WITH SAGE

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

LARGE PLATTER

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

COVERED EWER WITH FLORAL DESIGN

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)




Covered Rectangular Vase - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Covered Rectangular Vase - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Covered Vase with Cloud Lappets - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

COVERED RECTANGULAR VASE (1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

COVERED RECTANGULAR VASE (1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

COVERED VASE WITH CLOUD LAPPETS

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)




Temple Vase - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Temple Vase - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Ewer With Underglase Red - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

TEMPLE VASE  

(1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

TEMPLE VASE  

(1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

EWER WITH UNDERGLAZE RED 

Ming Dynasty Era 

(1368 - 1644)




Vase with Colorful Birds - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Colorful Rectangular Flask - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Colorful Rectangular Flask - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

VASE WITH COLOURFUL BIRDS

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

COLOURFUL RECTANGULAR FLASK (1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

COLOURFUL RECTANGULAR FLASK (1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)




Temple Vase With Martial Scene - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

Temple Vase with Martial Scene - Qing Dynasty Chinese Porcelain

TEMPLE VASE WITH MARTIAL SCENE 

(1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

TEMPLE VASE WITH MARTIAL SCENE 

(1 OF 2)

Early Qing Dynasty Era 

(1644 - 1911)

 



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