Asian Woodlands Mug Set

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Item # 80053926
Price: 30$50.00|$30.00
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Description

These nature-inspired mugs feature details from four treasures in the Department of Asian Art at The Met. Each of these beautiful items—a 19th-century hanging scroll by Suzuki Kiitsu (Japanese, 1796–1858), a 19th-century Japanese writing box, a porcelain bottle from 16th-century China, and an 18th-century decorative box formerly attributed to Ogata K?rin (Japanese, 1658–1716)—exhibits a depiction of a deer juxtaposed with delicate foliage. In East Asian art, the deer often signifies longevity, good fortune, and prosperity.

These nature-inspired mugs feature details from four treasures in the Department of Asian Art at The Met. Each of these beautiful items—a 19th-century hanging scroll by Suzuki Kiitsu (Japanese, 1796–1858), a 19th-century Japanese writing box, a porcelain bottle from 16th-century China, and an 18th-century decorative box formerly attributed to Ogata K?rin (Japanese, 1658–1716)—exhibits a depiction of a deer juxtaposed with delicate foliage. In East Asian art, the deer often signifies longevity, good fortune, and prosperity.

Details
  • Set of 4 mugs
  • Porcelain
  • 4'H; 3 3/8'' diam.; 10 oz
  • Hand wash only
  • Imported
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