Petite Persimmon Chrysanthemum Jar

c. 1930
H: 2.5" Dia: 3.0"
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This petite porcelain jar dates to the early 20th century and may have been used as an offering dish upon a home altar, placed alongside spiritual icons, incense, and food. Cloaked in a brilliant persimmon-orange glaze, the jar's rounded sides are hand-painted with spider chrysanthemums, emblems of autumn and symbols of longevity and joviality. Arranged on a console table or accenting a bookcase, this petite jar brightens its surroundings with joyous color.

Additional Dimensions:
Diameter of Opening: 1.75"

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