Porcelain Chinoiserie Brush Pot, Cachepot, Chinese Character Motif
Made from heavy porcelain, Vintage Chinoiserie Cachepot, Chinese Character Motif was inspired by the Chinese Calligraphy Brush pots with designs from the Ming and Qing dynasties. The intricate designs were hand painted with close attention to detail, making each cachepot unique. It features a lovely Greek Key design border.
There are many uses for this cachepot, including plants and flowers, incense burner, storage, or as tabletop decor. Purchase this one-of-a-kind cachepot from Luxe Curations!
The word cachepot is French from the verb “cacher”, meaning "to hide" and is pronounced as CASH-PO (silent T). In the 19th-century, these were used to conceal a less attractive flower pot. Today, you can find cachepots that come in various sizes and designs!
Made of heavy porcelain with blue/green background
This classic blue and white china will make a lovely addition to any room in your home. Order yours today and browse our vast curated collection of other Chinoiserie products!
3.5" H x 4" Dia
Care Instructions: We recommend cleaning with a soft cloth and non abrasive soap
Facts & History: The Four Treasures of the Scholar also known as the four jewels of the study are Brush, Ink, Paper, Inkstone. The individual treasures have a "treasured" form, each being produced in certain areas of China as a specialty for those scholars who would use them. Classical scholars had more than just the Four treasures in their studies. The other "Treasures" include the brush-holder (笔架), brush-hanger (笔挂), paperweights (镇纸), the brush-rinsing pot (笔洗), and the seal (圖章) and seal-ink (印泥).