Underglaze Indigo and Copper Fish Jar

$980 USD
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H: 21.75" Dia: 16.0"
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A modern artisan applied the vibrant copper and indigo imagery before firing, a process of under glazing that was developed during the Song dynasty. The finely painted symbols, fish, lotus pods, and underwater plants hold deeper meaning in Chinese art: may you be as harmonious as a fish swimming in water. Traditional Chinese homes featured large decorated ceramics as both decoration and talismans of prosperity.

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