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Treck that includes two Kraak-style bowls, probably late Ming, the one in the foreground being of a type the Dutch called klapmuts.

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True Canton china never had a person on a bridge in the scene pictured on the ware.For the potters of Jingdezhen the manufacture of porcelain wares for the European export market presented new difficulties.Writing from the city in 1712, the French Jesuit missionary Père François Xavier d'Entrecolles records that "..porcelain that is sent to Europe is made after new models that are often eccentric and difficult to reproduce; for the least defect they are refused by the merchants, and so they remain in the hands of the potters, who cannot sell them to the Chinese, for they do not like such pieces".As trade with China developed, finer quality wares were shipped by private traders who rented space on the ships of the companies trading with the country.The bulk export wares of the 18th century were typically teawares and dinner services, often blue and white decorated with flowers, pine, prunus, bamboo or with pagoda landscapes, a style that inspired the willow pattern.It took some time for feedback from export markets to influence the shapes and decoration of the Chinese product, especially in earlier periods, and with distant markets such as Europe.

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