Warsaw (Belvedere), ‘Pair of Imari dishes, a Royal Gift from the King of Poland to the Sultan of Turkey’, ca. 1776, Design/Decorative Art, Tin-glazed earthenware, Michele Beiny Inc.
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Warsaw (Belvedere)

Pair of Imari dishes, a Royal Gift from the King of Poland to the Sultan of Turkey, ca. 1776

Tin-glazed earthenware
13 2/3 in diameter
34.7 cm diameter
Location
New York
MBI
Michele Beiny Inc.
New York

The decoration for this service was inspired by Chinese Kangxi originals dating from 1700-20 …

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Warsaw (Belvedere), ‘Pair of Imari dishes, a Royal Gift from the King of Poland to the Sultan of Turkey’, ca. 1776, Design/Decorative Art, Tin-glazed earthenware, Michele Beiny Inc.
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The decoration for this service was inspired by Chinese Kangxi originals dating from 1700-20 imitating the Japanese Imari style. It was given by Stanislas Augustus Poniatowski (King Stanislas II of Poland) to Sultan Abdul Hamid I of Turkey in 1776. The inscription at the well reads: “Obedience & fidelity are due …

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Courtesy Richard P. Goodbody, Inc.

Warsaw (Belvedere)

Pair of Imari dishes, a Royal Gift from the King of Poland to the Sultan of Turkey, ca. 1776

Tin-glazed earthenware
13 2/3 in diameter
34.7 cm diameter
Location
New York