Guan Gong

CLOISONNE STANDING FIGURE. This figure is named 'Guan Gong' and was a very famous general in the Han Dynasty more than 1000 years ago. The Chinese believe that Guan Gong will protect people from danger...

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Horse

HORSE.Cloisonne appears in the Ming Dynasty around 500 years ago. In China, we call it "Jing Tai Lan" which means the blue colour ware of the Ming Dynasty's "Jing Tai" period. The only colour of the

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Horse's head

HORSE'S HEAD.This cloisonne appreared in the Ming Dynasty about 500 years ago. In China, it is called 'Jing Tai Lan' which refers to the blue colour ware of the Ming Dynasty's 'Jing Tai' period. The only...

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Meditating Bodhisattva

In Sanskrit, bodhi mean supreme spiritual knowledge, grand reached of the awakening which is the ultimate purpose of the Buddhist life. Sattva means being simply. So a bodhisattva is a being, whose all...

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Meditating Buddha

In posture of meditation on his throne, Buddha holds the swastika on his breast. He symbolizes in the Chinese Buddhism the realization of ten thousand merits, which promises the nirvana. On this work

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Pair of blue 'Xi Zi Guan' pots

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

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Pair of cloisonne vases

Cloisonne vase with 2 animals as ears. This shape of vase is a copy of a Qing Dynasty ceramic vase which is 200 years old. The animal on each side of the vase is called 'Suan Ni' and is one of the 9 sons...

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Pair of cloisonne yellow pots

3-legged cloisonne pots. This shape of pot is typical of Shang Dynasty bronze ware. The dragon on the pots implies that these pots were used only by the imperial family. These pots were used as an incense...

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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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Trunk

Trunk in smooth black lacquered with painting on the front side. The painting represents a dress which is the typical lady's dress in later Qing Dynasty. This trunk was usually used as opera trunk to...

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Rooster head

Rooster head. This bronze is a reproduction of famous Yuan-Ming-Yuan 12 animal heads, 250 years old. The 12 different animals heads belong to a part of the Spring allegory, before the buliding "Hai-Yi...

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