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Question 1: The trade peaked in the late 17th century and was slowly replaced by Chinese kilns in the early 18th century and ended 1756, as social conditions in China settled with the full establishment of the ________.
Qing DynastyYuan DynastyMing DynastyTang Dynasty

Question 2: Chinese Imari patterns, as well as "Kakiemon" designs and palette of colors, influenced some early ________ wares produced by the porcelain manufactories at Meissen, or later at Vincennes.
AsiaPhilippinesEastern worldOrient

Question 3: ________ which has a collection of Imari Porcelain
British MuseumWallace CollectionNational Gallery (London)Victoria and Albert Museum

Question 4: The ________ at Arita formed the heart of the Japanese porcelain industry, which developed in the 17th century, after the porcelain clay was discovered in 1616 by an immigrant Korean potter Yi Sam-pyeong (1579–1655).
CharcoalCement kilnOxygenKiln

Question 5: The ware often used copious ________, sometimes with spare isolated sprigged vignettes, but often densely patterned in compartments.
GildingAmmoniaSilverSilver-gilt

Question 6: European centers imitated the style of "Imari" wares, initially in faience at ________ in the Netherlands, and in the early 19th century at Robert Chamberlain's factory at Worcester,[3]
LeidenThe HagueRotterdamDelft

Question 7: Imari porcelain is the European collectors' name for Japanese porcelain wares made in the town of Arita, in the former Hizen Province, northwestern Kyūshū, and exported from the port of Imari, Saga, specifically for the European ________ trade.
Export-oriented industrializationInternational tradeExportEconomics
















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