Artist/maker unknown, Chinese, for export to the Dutch market
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Early in the Dutch East India Company’s trade with China, the company ordered porcelains that, first in their shape and then somewhat later in their decoration, catered specifically to a European clientele. This octagonal coffeepot represents one of the earliest examples of the practice, its form and decoration based on European models.
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