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Blue and Green Glazed Porcelain, Fish Vessel
Blue and Green Glazed Porcelain, Fish Vessel
Blue and Green Glazed Porcelain, Fish Vessel
Blue and Green Glazed Porcelain, Fish Vessel
Blue and Green Glazed Porcelain, Fish Vessel
Blue and Green Glazed Porcelain, Fish Vessel
Blue and Green Glazed Porcelain, Fish Vessel

Blue and Green Glazed Porcelain, Fish Vessel

Regular price $295.00 $185.00 Sale

Blue and Green Glazed Porcelain, Fish Vessel beautiful and sculptural this piece also has personality. Fill with your favorite sauce or side, flower arrangement or just perched on a shelf or table to hold keys, spare change or other small valuables.

Part of a collection of three purchased from an estate, these are one-of-a-kind.

The words for fish and abundance are pronounced the same in Chinese (, yu) so the fish in the Chinese culture symbolizes wealth. Fish also symbolize harmony, marital happiness and reproduction because they multiply rapidly and sometimes swim in pairs. Making this a perfect gift for engagement, weddings or anniversaries!

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DIMENSIONS: 10.5" L x 4" W x 5" H

CIRCA: vintage, unknown, unmarked

FACTS & HISTORY: Pottery has been around since the ancient people roamed the earth. As one of the oldest human inventions, the practice of pottery has developed alongside civilization. The earliest ceramic objects have been dated as far back as 29,000 BC.

Ceramic pottery pieces are made mostly of natural clay, a few organic materials, and water while porcelain pieces instead have a light mix of clay, a lot of kaolin (the element that makes porcelain tighter), silica, quartz, feldspar and various other materials.