'Taotie' Cloisonne pot
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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 call this pattern 'Tao Tie Wen', that means power and solemnity. This pot was usually used as a decoration in the past.
D38 cm
China Beijing
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