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Pair of temple jars

Pair of cloisonne pots with lids. This shape of cloisonne is a copy of a temple jar of the Ming Dynasty which is more than 300 years old. The pattern of the phoenex in China is endowed with all of the...

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Pair of vases

Pair of vases with stand. This style of vases is characteristic of cloisonneware from the Qing Dynasty, but the colour and floral pattern have been modernised. The Chinese use this vases as a decoration...

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Pair of yellow 'Xi Zi Guan' pots

Pair of cloisonne pots with a lid and wooden stands. This shape of cloisonne pot is typical of Qing Dynasty pot called 'Xi Zi Guan' which means 'happiness pot'. The pattern on the pot is called 'BO GU'...

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Planter

PLANTER. This shape of cloisonne is a copy of a Shang Dynasty bronzeware which dates back 3000 years.The grain on the planter is typical of the grain on bronzes of that period, Chinese call this grain...

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Planter

This shape of cloisonne planter is a copy of a Shang Dynasty bronzeware from 3000 years ago. The grain on the planter is the typical grain of bronzes of that period, and it symbolises power and serenity...

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Planter

PLANTER. This shape of cloisonne is a copy of a Shang Dynasty bronze ware dating back 3000 years. The grain on the planter is the typical grain found on bronzes of that period, and it symbolises power and...

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Sitting buddha

Cloisonne sitting buddha. This cloisonné is a reproduction of a Tibetan buddha called "Wenshu PuSa". This buddha is in charge of wisdom. He was previously placed in a buddha display house by a rich

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Standing bronze buddha

Cloisonne standing monk . This monk is called "Jia Ye" .''Jia Ye'' and "Ai Nan" are the 2 most famous students of Rulai buddha. In temples both of them are standing on each side of Rulai buddha as fellows...

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Temple jar

TEMPLE JAR with hollowed-out carving on the body. The grain on the jar is the typical decoration grain of the Qing Dynasty from more than 300 years ago. It symbolises fortune and auspicousness. This kind...

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Temple jar

TEMPLE JAR. This shape of jar is called 'Jiang Jun Guan' in China. The yellow colour on the body means that it was made after the middle of the Qing Dynasty, because the yellow colour only apprears after...

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Orange colour small trunk

Orange smooth lacquered small trunk . In past Shanxi province, this small trunk was used as a book by students.

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Flower stand

This table was used as a flower stand in the past, and is very fashionable in China today. Single piece is also available.

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