'Hu' vase

This shape of vase is typical of the Song Dynasty more than 1500 years ago and called 'Hu'. The grain on the body is a copy of the grain in the Shang Dynasty more than 3000 years ago. This kind of grain...

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'Jian Jun Guan' pot

Cloisone pot with wooden stand. This shape of pot is a copy of a typical Chinese ceramic call 'Jian Jun Guan'. The pattern on the pot means high status and peace. This pot would have been used as a

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'Mi-Le Pusa'' buddha

This cloisonne is a reproduction of a Tibetan buddha called "Mi-Le Pusa". This sitting buddha is in charge of peace and fair. He was previously placed in a buddha display house by a rich family or at a...

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'Shijiamoni'' buddha

This cloisonne sitting buddha is a reproduction of a Ming Dynasty Rulai buddha. He is a tibetan buddha called "Shijiamoni" buddha. The posture of the buddha's hands means "buddha in the past". This buddha...

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'Taotie' Cloisonne pot

Cloisonne pot with wooden stand. This shape of closonne is typical of Shang Dynasty bronzeware some 3000 years ago. The pattern on the pot is the typical grain found on bronzes of that period, Chinese...

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BEJ-14P003

This cloisonne buddha is called "Bu Dai Heshang" He is always laughing and has a big belly. He also has another name, "Da Du Miller", which means big belly monk. Chinese people believe that this buddha...

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Blue enamel

Cloisonne ware with animal-shaped ears on each side. This shape is a copy of a bronze from the Shang Dynasty which is more than 3000 years old. It was used as a heating pot in the Shang Dynasty. This

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Bowl

High foot bowl with colourful flower pattern on yellow background. This pattern of flower in China called "Chan-Zhi-Lian" which means wealth,honours and auspicious. It is the traditional decorative ...

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Candle sticks

Pair of cloisonneware items. This shape of cloisonne is characteristic Qing Dynasty. Before the Qing Dyansty, cloisonne was only blue in colour; the yellow colour appeared in the middle of the Qing

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Ceremonial temple jar

Cloisonne pot with wooden stand. This shape of vase is chracteristic of a Ming Dynasty ceramic called 'Gao Jiao Bei'. The vase was used as a ceremonial pot and placed on each side of an alter table by...

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Red trunk

Red trunk with original lacquer and painting. The painting of a pair of birds and flowers means wealth and happiness. This trunk was used as wedding trunk in the past.

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Small two doors chest in red lacquer with openable top. Elegant brass fitting.

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