Plate, Dragon Design
Plate, Dragon Design


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Decorative Arts ➔ Plate, Dragon Design

Identifier:
1984.26.90
Description:
White plate primarily painted pink and green. There is a green dragon on a background of green clouds and a green sun. Around this design is a one inch border which is pink with green ribbons with violet and yellow accents.;The green ribbons with violet and yellow accents are a referece to a jade shrine. This plate is an imitation of canton ware and is most likely arita ware. Identified by Laurie Barnes, Associate Curator, The Detroit Institute of Arts, MI; tel: 313.833.1718.;Firing Location;The green ribbons with violet and yellow accents are a referece to a jade shrine. This plate is an imitation of canton ware and is most likely arita ware.
Date:
1901 – 1933
Materials:
Painted, Ceramic, Ceramic
Dimensions:
1.35" h
Current Location Status:
In Storage
Source:
Gift Of Estate Of Mary Baloyan
Rights:

Exhibit/Program
Virtual Discovery Kit: Foodways (May 2020)
Food is a universal language. Discover how cultures around the world work in the kitchen.
Maker/Donor
Estate of Mary Baloyan
Related Place
Japan
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