Lisbon 1772-1780- Chinoiseries tile panel.
Royal factory - Fábrica de louça do Rato.
“Porcelain came to represent a symbol of cultural sophistication and luxury, leading faience to start using the palette of colours commonly found in Oriental works. The exclusive use of blue on tiles from the 1st half of the 18th century was in homage to Chinese porcelain, just as some later manganese pieces would repeat a taste for works produced at the Sèvres Factory, painted in a brownish violet colour called puce.” Similar example in the Nacional Tile Museum collection inv. Nº 7250 PREÇO LOJA 26.000
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