'Jian Jun Guan' pot
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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 decoration in the past by some rich families in China.
D53 cm
China Beijing
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