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Hirado Procelan of Japan: Kurtzman Family Collection feature pure white porcelain adorned with fine painting in underglaze blue.

Hirado (Jp.) A Japanese porcelain type characterized by its pure white body and clear glaze, often adorned with fine painting in underglaze blue.

Works of art: Asian Art & Antiques period 19th century by Galerie Tora Tori - Ref: 48815 - Karashishi (mythical lion) porcelain Hirado kiln...

Our exhibition holds materials that relate to the time of the Hirado Dutch Trading Post and pieces that convey the situation of that period of time. In addition, the museum includes the period of National Isolation and the Netherlands in its researches. Also, under the guidance of the Board of Purchases we collect objects appropriate for the museum.
(The exhibition items displayed on the website show only a part of our collection.)

Hirado was an important kiln in the history of Japanese ceramics and its widely varied wares rank among the finest made and considered by many as the finest in the world in the 1780-1870s, others cut the end of that period earlier, to around 1840, or the time of the first Opium war in China. The kiln was active from the early 17th century until the demand dwindled duwe to changing taste on the export market, and the kiln closed early in the 20th century.

Early history Hirado wares were originally made exclusively for the wealthy Matsura family. Close to the Korean peninsula, Hirado was a natural locus for international shipping and trade between Japan, Korea and China. A Korean potter - who married into a Japanese family and took the Japanese name Sannojô - found kaolin, the basic ingredient in porcelain clay, at the village of Mikawachi in the mid-1600s. Sannojô's kilns, established under command of the Hirado daimyo (feudal lord), began producing Hirado Mikawachi wares. Early Hirado ware was known in Japan for its high quality and fine craftsmanship.

Golden age 1751-1843 The golden age of Hirado porcelain lasted from 1751-1843, during which time the finest porcelain in Japan was produced. When the economic structure of the feudal system began to disintegrate during the early 19th century, daimyo support of the kilns was replaced by export contracts with the Dutch East India Company.

Great Article. ideas , I was fascinated by the insight , Does someone know if my assistant might get a sample FCC Form 740 document to complete ?

Great Article. ideas , I was fascinated by the insight , Does someone know if my assistant might get a sample FCC Form 740 document to complete ?

Hirado Procelan of Japan: Kurtzman Family Collection feature pure white porcelain adorned with fine painting in underglaze blue.

Hirado (Jp.) A Japanese porcelain type characterized by its pure white body and clear glaze, often adorned with fine painting in underglaze blue.

Works of art: Asian Art & Antiques period 19th century by Galerie Tora Tori - Ref: 48815 - Karashishi (mythical lion) porcelain Hirado kiln...

Great Article. ideas , I was fascinated by the insight , Does someone know if my assistant might get a sample FCC Form 740 document to complete ?

Hirado Procelan of Japan: Kurtzman Family Collection feature pure white porcelain adorned with fine painting in underglaze blue.

Hirado (Jp.) A Japanese porcelain type characterized by its pure white body and clear glaze, often adorned with fine painting in underglaze blue.

Works of art: Asian Art & Antiques period 19th century by Galerie Tora Tori - Ref: 48815 - Karashishi (mythical lion) porcelain Hirado kiln...

Our exhibition holds materials that relate to the time of the Hirado Dutch Trading Post and pieces that convey the situation of that period of time. In addition, the museum includes the period of National Isolation and the Netherlands in its researches. Also, under the guidance of the Board of Purchases we collect objects appropriate for the museum.
(The exhibition items displayed on the website show only a part of our collection.)

Hirado Porcelain of a Karashishi - Ref.48815


Chinese Porcelain Glossary: Hirado - Gotheborg.com

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