Porcelain and the Dutch East India Company as recorded in the Dagh-registers of Batavia Castle, those of Hirado and Deshima, and other contemporary papers, 1602-1682. by T Volker

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Published by E. J. Brill in [Leiden .

Written in English

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Places:

  • China,
  • Netherlands,
  • China.

Subjects:

  • Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie.,
  • Porcelain -- China.,
  • China -- Commerce -- Netherlands.,
  • Netherlands -- Commerce -- China.

Edition Notes

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SeriesMededelingen van het Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde, Leiden,, no. 11
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD9617.C52 V6
The Physical Object
Pagination243 p.
Number of Pages243
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6192142M
LC Control Number55058718
OCLC/WorldCa5393294

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"Jonathan Israel's The Dutch Republic Boxer's The Dutch Seaborne Empire () is a classic, but his Jan Compagnie in War and Peace () is probably better. Stephen Bown's Merchant Kings: When Companies Ruled the World, (), Is. Our Philosophy. Over three hundred years ago, The East India Company’s pioneering merchants were the leading traders of luxury goods of their time, forging trade routes across the tumultuous oceans between the East and the West and trading a range of products.

porcelain, and ivory. The East India Company (EIC) was incorporated by royal charter in The charter granted a monopoly of all English trade in all lands washed by the Indian Ocean (from the southern tip of Africa, to Indonesia in the South Pacific).

Unauthorized (British) interlopers were liable to forfeiture of ships and Size: KB. In England, with the demand for tea booming, The East India Company placed an order for lbs of tea and by annual imports reached 4, Lbs. The Company received Chinese permission to trade from Guangzhou (Canton) importing silk, tea and porcelain, and so trade began with the Hongs who controlled trade within China.

Oriental ceramics at the Cape of Good Hope An account of the porcelain trade of the Dutch East India Company with particcular reference ro ceramics with the V.O.C. monogram, the Cape market, and South African collections.

Woodward,C.S. オランダ東インド会社貿易史料にみる日本磁器 = Japanese porcelain in the trade records of the Dutch East India Company / Oranda higashiindo gaisha bōeki shiryō ni miru nihon jiki = Japanese porcelain in the trade records of the Dutch East India Company".

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There is not only an exhibition about the VOC inbut here is also a new publication, The Dutch East India Company Book. Plenty of bookshelves are filled with books about the VOC.

Moreover, the Dutch ordered armorial porcelain bearing arms of provinces and cities as well as a lot of monogrammed services.

A surveying publication about Chinese armorial porcelain for the Dutch market is lacking up to now. The aim of this publication is a reference book written in English, containing a description of c. Chinese servic.

1 product rating 1 product ratings - Coins of the English East India Company: Presidency Series; A Catalogue and. Porcelain and the Dutch East India Company as recorded in the Dagh-registers of Batavia Castle, those of Hirado and Deshima and other contemporary papers, Imprint Leiden,   The Dutch East India Company, called the Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie or VOC in Dutch, was a company whose main purpose was trade, exploration, and colonization throughout the 17th and 18th centuries.

It was created in and lasted until It is considered to be one of the first and most successful international : Amanda Briney. Porcelain and the Dutch East India Company: as recorded in the Dagh: registers of Batavia Castle, those of Hirado and other contemporary papers Other Authors.

Volker, T. Edition. Reprint. Published. Leiden: E.J. Brill, Physical Description. + 31 p. of plates: end map. Subjects. Dutch East India Company - Commerce.

Aroundtwo companies were set up in early modern Europe expressly to trade with and ship goods to and from Europe and Asia. They were the English East India Company (EIC) in and the Dutch (United) East India Company (Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie, abbreviated to VOC) two years later in Both companies eventually grew into enormous businesses.

Volker, T. Porcelain and the Dutch East India Company: as recorded in the Dagh-registers of Batavia Castle, those of Hirado and Deshima and other contemporary papers, Brill Leiden.

Wikipedia Citation. This book does not offer any critical analysis or art historical interpretation; rather, it is a collection of contemporary data findings on the Dutch-Japanese porcelain industry. Related source: Volker, T. Porcelain and the Dutch East India Company:.

The Dutch East India Company auctioned them off in Amsterdam, which prompted all the East India companies to begin trading in porcelains. These first imports, called Kraak porselyns by the Dutch, were usually thinly potted and sand from the saggars in which they were fired was often not properly cleaned off of the deep- footed rims.

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Wade Giles and. The Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie or VOC in old Dutch), started inwhen the Netherlands gave a group of small trading companies a year monopoly to trade in was the first multinational corporation in the world and the first company to issue VOC had the power to start wars, make treaties, make its own money, and start new colonies.

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Valentijn spent sixteen years in the East Indies as a minister, and he lived in tropical locales such as Java and Ambon.

Volker, T. Porcelain and the Dutch East India Company: As Recorded in the Dagh. The first book about China and Japan was published in Sweden already in and was written by two Swedish sailors who had visited the Far East on Dutch ships. When the Swedish East India Company started in the situation changed considerably and a vast direct import of porcelain, lacquer, silk, spices and first of all tea, arrived at.

The East India Company's sale catalogue for March By the early 18th century the Company was trading regularly with the Chinese, buying mainly tea, silk textiles and inexpensive porcelain. This page lists a range of the Company's newly acquired porcelain (or 'china ware'), including blue and white 'custard cups', painted chocolate cups.

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