The hand painted porcelain pot depicts symbolic lucky charms such as fruits, vegetables, books, flower vases and succulent planters spanning the entire cover as well as the surrounding base all done in an unique abstract style with a touch of traditional floral and branch painted designs. The yellow, teal, and deep pink outlines are of a raised enamel design that provide texture and an interesting sheen of gloss that pops out at different angles, especially on its domed surface. The most interesting detail, nearly unseen when looking straight on, is a hidden opalescent gradient of purple, blue, and green-gold on the succulent leaves, blue painted plant stalks and throughout the detailing of the vase charm that sheens beautifully at any angle under good lighting. A truly unique item for Chinese antique collectors or simply your own piece of cultural history.Please expand and view the photos for the best clarity and detail. Measurement: Diameter: 3 1/2"(9cm), height 2"(5cm) The item offered is guaranteed authentic and as described. Please bear in mind that there might be slight differences in terms of color due to lighting during photo shooting or your monitor's display. All of our photos are taken in-house and are of the actual items; please do not disseminate/use/copy the photos without our consent; we do try to keep lighting and resolution consistent throughout all our listings, please feel free to visit our store for other examples or similar items. Always expect the best service and products from NCG Gallery. We are a dedicated professional company specializing in authentic Asian antiques and other quality vintage items. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog.
The item "A Rare Chinese Antique Hand Painted Porcelain Ink Paste Pot DaoGuang Period" is in sale since Wednesday, February 5, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Boxes". The seller is "hummmingbird-j818" and is located in Newhall, California.This item can be shipped worldwide.