19th Century late Qing Chinese Nyonya Straits Pot and Cover
19th Century Chinese Nyonya Straits Pot and Cover. (Qianjiang cai) a traditional Chinese painting color, is a breathtakingly beautiful and evocative hue that radiates a delicate purplish-red or lavender color. It exudes a rich cultural heritage and embodies the essence of classical Chinese art. This exquisite pigment is created by blending rosewood and cinnabar, and is often used in the creation of traditional Chinese paintings depicting landscapes, flowers, and birds.
Its exceptional transparency and solubility allows for the creation of incredibly delicate and refined effects, imparting an ethereal quality to any artwork. (Qianjiang cai) has been used for centuries in Chinese painting, and its unique characteristics of elegance, delicacy, and gentle warmth make it a perfect medium for capturing the subtle and refined beauty of traditional Chinese culture.
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- Primary Material: Porcelain
- Antique: Yes
- Original/Repro: Antique Original
- Chinese Dynasty: Qing (1644-1911)
- Product: Bowl
- Features: Handpainted, Signed
- Region of Origin: Chinese
- Age: 1850-1899
- Country of Origin: China