Scroll down for a complete description. Antique Chinese Porcelain Cups & Saucers, Batavian Ware Shipwreck, 18th C, 3 SET. Chinese Batavian porcelain refers to Chinese porcelain that was specifically made for the Dutch East India Company (VOC) and was used as trade goods in the 17th and 18th centuries.Batavia was the name of the Dutch colony in present-day Jakarta, Indonesia, and it was an important hub for VOC's trade with China. The Chinese Batavian porcelain was produced in the kilns in Jingdezhen, China, and it was decorated with designs that were requested by the VOC. The designs were often a combination of Chinese motifs and Dutch or European influences. Chinese Batavian porcelain was highly prized by Europeans and became an important trade commodity for the VOC.
The porcelain was often traded for spices, tea, and other luxury goods, and it played a significant role in the development of global trade during the early modern period. Today, Chinese Batavian porcelain is highly sought after by collectors and museums, and examples can be found in many major collections around the world. Height : +- 4.1 cm / 1.61 in. Diameter : +- 7.2 cm / 2.83 in. Height : +- 2.2 cm / 0.86 in.
Diameter : +- 12.1 cm / 4.76 in. Some firing flaws and small chips with some light staining. Overall its in good condition. Please refer our multiple photographs. We make every effort to accurately describe each item that we offer.
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