Lotus Flower porcelain jug

    SKU: cmcn449600

    £250.00 Members' price *


    A replica of a blue and white porcelain jug from ancient China with a design of interlaced lotus flowers. The jug measures 14cm tall.

    This is a replica of a porcelain flower sprinkler from the Xuande reign, Ming dynasty (1426-35). Made in Jingdezhen porcelain kilns - an area renowned for its ceramics craft - flower sprinklers were utensils used for holding liquid exported to the Middle Eastern areas. It is decorated with a design of interlaced lotus flowers (symbol of fortune) in a blue underglaze, originally made using imported cobalt pigment.

    This copy, made by Shanghai Museum Art Company, replicates the original using special craftsmanship techniques.


    Product code: cmcn449600
    World culture: China
    Materials: Porcelain
    Details: Crafted in China by Shanghai Museum Art Company
    Size: 14cm x 12cm x 13cm
    Weight: 0.95kg
    Standard UK delivery: 5 working days. Overseas times may vary

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