An underglaze blue porcelain moon flask, from the Qing dynasty’s Yongzheng period (1723-1735), part of the collection of Winchester College and featured in an exhibition to celebrate the centenary of the Oriental Ceramics Society.
An underglaze blue porcelain moon flask, from the Qing dynasty’s Yongzheng period (1723-1735), part of the collection of Winchester College and featured in an exhibition to celebrate the centenary of the Oriental Ceramics Society.
Ceramics

Chinese ceramics appreciation is going strong in the West, Oriental Ceramic Society president says ahead of exhibition to mark its centenary

  • As the Oriental Ceramic Society, UK-based but globally oriented, celebrates its centenary, president notes ‘great development of interest in Asian art market’
  • She credits OCS’ appeal to not being exclusionary, unlike the ‘intimidating’ Chinese art collecting milieu in Hong Kong where young aren’t drawn to antiques

An underglaze blue porcelain moon flask, from the Qing dynasty’s Yongzheng period (1723-1735), part of the collection of Winchester College and featured in an exhibition to celebrate the centenary of the Oriental Ceramics Society.
An underglaze blue porcelain moon flask, from the Qing dynasty’s Yongzheng period (1723-1735), part of the collection of Winchester College and featured in an exhibition to celebrate the centenary of the Oriental Ceramics Society.
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