- Made in France
- Hand wash
- 6''H; 1'' diam.
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Our vase evokes the eye-catching contours and motifs of a Ming dynasty (1368–1644) porcelain vase in The Met collection. Known as Jingdezhen ware, this elegant piece has a Jiajing mark (1522–66) and dates to the mid-16th century. Its lively pattern features a cobalt blue underglaze with yellow and red enamels applied over a transparent glaze.
Based on the shape of a calabash gourd, this type of bottle first appeared in Chinese ceramics in the 14th century and became popular again in the 16th.
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