Global Art & Artifacts

Large LongQuan Kiln Celadon Jar with Lid, China

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Detail:  Potiche, mid-17th Century style.  Shape is typical of the Kang-hsi period (1662-1722 AD).  From a city in Zhejiang Province.  Glaze over high quality porcelain.  Two foo dogs on each side of jar and one on the lid.  Circa early 1900s.  Perfect condition, no chips.   SORRY THIS ITEM HAS BEEN SOLD


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