Original or Repro Imperial Cheng Hua Chicken design Cup

 Original or Repro Imperial Cheng Hua Chicken design Cup

Created By

Dr Iwan Suwandy, MHA

Dear Readres from all Over the world

Especially

The chinese Ming  Cheng Hua  Imperial ceramic Collectors

I have just found several the very rare ada very high price\

Ming Chneg Hua imperial Chicken Cup

During latest auction only two cup exist until now

I found severa same cup

My wife and son tell me that this cup not original or repro copy

To now the true  informations

I hope all senior ceramic collectors and expert from all over the world

please help me to confirmation because someone want to by and I am afraid to sell the

repro one.

Please send your anwers to me straight to my small museum

Dr Iwan Suwandy,MHA

Complex Pondok Gading Utama

Pegangsaan Indah Barat street Blog G 1 no 12

Pegangsan Dua Kelapa Gading

Jakarta Utara(14250)

Indonesia

Put your answer in the back of your ID Card Copy or name card

Choose the right Info below (A).(B) or (C)

ceramic original (A)  or repro(B)

amount  found two  type (A) or more than two type(B)

Qyanty found by Dr Iwan Two(A) more then ten(B) more than 20(C)

including one dollars banknote or the same from your own countries banknote out inside the envelope send register to Dr Iwan Adress above.

PUT THE ANSWER INSIDE THE ENVELOPE, PUT YOUR OWN ADRESS,SEND WITH SOUVENIER SHEET STAMPS

SEND REGISTER TO MY ADRESS ABOVE

rEAD CCAREFULLY THE INFO BELOW

IF YOU SEND THE TRUE ANWERS I WILL GIVE ONE PRICE ONLY 100 us$ STRAIGHT TO

YOUR  BANK SEND ME YOU BANK NUMBER WHEN i TELL YOU.

THIS  ONLY FOR SiX MONTH, UNTIK DESEMBER 2015.

NOT CORENSPONDENCE OR EMAIL COMMUNICATION ALL SEND BY POSTAL  WITH REGISTERED ENVELOPED WITH SOUVENER STAMPS IN COMPLETE COLLECTIONS TIED ON THE ENVELOPED

WITH CIRCULAIR DATE MARKED

thanks very muc for you attantion

sincerely

Dr Iwan Suwandy,MHA

READ AND LOOK CAREFULLY THE INFORMATIONS BELOW

IF YOU STIL DONNOT UNDERSTAND

LOOK BY GOOGLE EXPLORATION : MING CHENG HUA CERAMIC

YOU WILL SEEN THE SAME INFO

Cup, Ming dynasty, Chenghua mark and period (1465–1487)
China
Porcelain painted in underglaze blue and overglaze enamels; D. 3 1/4 in. (8.3 cm)
Purchase, Mrs. Richard E. Linburn Gift, 1987 (1987.85)

It is possible that the patronage of the emperor’s favorite, Wan Gufei, was responsible for the promotion of several decorative techniques at the Jingdezhen kilns. Premier among these is the fabled Chenghua doucai (“contrasting colors” or “contending colors”), which is a combination of two ornamental processes. In doucai decoration, designs were completely outlined in cobalt blue on the unfired vessel, and a few areas of blue wash were painted in as well. After glazing and the usual high-temperature firing, the outlines were filled in with overglaze red, green, yellow, and aubergine enamels that were then fired at low temperatures. Doucai-style enameling was usually reserved for intimate objects of exquisite refinement, and the rare examples of Chenghua date are some of the most highly treasured of all Ming-dynasty porcelains

SOURCE INFO

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/1987.85

Ming Dynasty  –  Chenghua
Doucai Cup with Enamel Decoration
Six-character mark  and period – 1465 – 1487

MeasurementsWeight 1.6 oz. Avoir (45.4 grams) – Fine condition
Finely decorated on the exterior with two groups of cockerels parading in front of hens among chicks pecking at the ground. Decoration in colorful enamels within delicate cobalt blue outline. The two separate scenes are divided by finely shaded blue rock groupings among bamboo, peonies, and narcissus.

The reign mark inscribed in cobalt blue within a double square.

Most (if not all) Qing copies show the cockerels in different facing positions, with many ruffled tail feathers versus the traditional ‘three tail feathers’ on all known authenticated Chenghua chicken cups.

On April 8th, 2014, a Chenghua chicken cup set a record for the highest price paid at auction for any Chinese work of art, going for $36 million USD.

To date, there are only three known authentic Chenghua chicken cups in private hands.

Measurements
Weight 1.6 oz. Avoir (45.4 grams) – Fine condition
Finely decorated on the exterior with two groups of cockerels parading in front of hens among chicks pecking at the ground. Decoration in colorful enamels within delicate cobalt blue outline. The two separate scenes are divided by finely shaded blue rock groupings among bamboo, peonies, and narcissus.

 

The reign mark inscribed in cobalt blue within a double square.

Most (if not all) Qing copies show the cockerels in different facing positions, with many ruffled tail feathers versus the traditional ‘three tail feathers’ on all known authenticated Chenghua chicken cups.

On April 8th, 2014, a Chenghua chicken cup set a record for the highest price paid at auction for any Chinese work of art, going for $36 million USD.

To date, there are only three known authentic Chenghua chicken cups in private hands.

One of the rarest porcelains was made by Emperor Chenghua (r. 1465-1487) for his mother who loved small objects. Referred to as the “Chicken Cup”, this delicate object, part of the Forbidden City collection in Beijing, is one of only two such cups in existence today

Reserved for the emperor only, this throne was not made just for comfort, but was a symbol of the ruler’s imperial and authoritative power

Info source

google exploration

I hope who have this info give me permision because

this info were the world human haritage info

thanks very much

 

Dr Iwan Collections  

.Iwan Suwandy's photo.

Iwan Suwandy's photo.

5 thoughts on “Original or Repro Imperial Cheng Hua Chicken design Cup

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s