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Chinoiserie Blue and White Porcelain Orchid Pot, Fish Motif
Chinoiserie Blue and White Porcelain Orchid Pot, Fish Motif
Chinoiserie Blue and White Porcelain Orchid Pot, Fish Motif
Chinoiserie Blue and White Porcelain Orchid Pot, Fish Motif

Chinoiserie Blue and White Porcelain Orchid Pot, Fish Motif

Regular price $135.00 Sale

Blue & White Chinoiserie Porcelain Fish Motif Orchid Pot, sized perfectly for use as a cache pot for orchid plants, it also makes an excellent vessel for any plant. And we can say from experiance it makes a wonderful ice bucket, or wine bucket when entertaining. 

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!

Each piece is high quality Antique Reproduction Porcelain handmade in Jingdezhen, China. The Artisans use ancient traditional methods of making porcelain and then age them underground for a true unique patina.

Made with skill and joy, imperfection is inherently part of its character. Minor variation of color/shape/size is expected for this handmade artisan crafted products, it is desirable and not considered a manufacturing defect.

* Please note these pieces are shipped in their antiqued condition (as pictured) but depending on your preference you may chose to remove some or all of the patina. We recommend using a soft wash cloth and gentle dish soap. 

DIMENSIONS: Width:8 (in) Depth:8.00 (in) Height:6.5 (in)

ORIGIN: Jingdezhen, China

FACTS & HISTORY: While orchids mean thoughtfulness, refinement, fertility, beauty, charm, and love, they're the perfect bloom to celebrate all of life's precious moments.

Orchids are magnificent flowers that first appeared nearly 200 million years ago and have since spread from the equator to the Arctic Circle and from the Himalayas to Australia. Researchers dated orchids from the Jurassic period to the Mesozoic era (195–136 million years ago) and the Cenozoic period (64 million years ago).