blanc de chine

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A French name given in the 19th century to pure white Chinese porcelain made at Dehua, Fujian province from the 17th century onwards. Figures, especially of deities, animals, cups, and dishes were the main products. It was exported in large numbers to Europe where it was copied by many porcelain factories.

Subjects: Art.

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