Join us in our launch of a whole new collection of Asian decorative designs for your home and your office. Direct from artisans of the east, we bring you some of our collector’s ever popular designs; refine blue green “kuan ware”, classic “yixing zisha” violet sand teapot and tea sets, bold buddha “incense burners” and elegant jade “scholar’s boxes”.
This handsome “kuan ware” (official ware), as known by collectors were only made available to southern Sung court as the official porcelain ware of the imperial household not accessible to commoners.
This lustrous soft green sheen, similar to jade translucency. Was developed during the Sung Period (1127-1179 AD).
This whimsical camel bottle captures the simplicity of line and beauty of shapes, is a reproduction meticulously handcrafted by local artisans from the Jiangsu province of China. The monkey is 4" x 2 1/4" and the weighs about 4 oz. and serves as a holder for condiments such as soy sauce or vinegar.
These marvelous interpretations by local artisans of everyday houseware will definitely add a unique and tasteful signature to your home decor ideas. Impress your friends with this one of a kind collection and treasure this work of art for years to come.
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