Celadon Green Glazed Fishbowl

c. 1850
$1,880 USD ON HOLD
H: 7.75" Dia: 14.0"
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This low ceramic planter dates to the mid-19th century and was likely originally used as an indoor fishbowl. The basin has a round "alms bowl" shape, defined by gently swelling sides and a rounded rim that curves in towards a wide opening. A faux handle decorates each side of the bowl, patterned in low relief with spirals and auspicious ruyi. The exterior is cloaked in a beautiful celadon-green glaze, which has separated slightly during firing to reveal undertones of purple, blue, and gold. Tucked in a garden or sunroom, this ceramic pot makes the perfect planter for flowers and greenery.

Additional Dimensions:
Diameter of Opening: 12"

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