Vintage Celadon Song Dynasty Cachepot, inspired by designs from the Song Dynasty this Celadon Molded Ceramic Vase has a beautiful and richly colored glazed Celadon. Chinese abstract scrolling vine floral motif makes this transitional piece work in any decor. In very good vintage condition. Two available, each sold individually.
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DIMENSIONS: 5.25" Diameter x 4.25" H
ORIGIN: Unknown, unmarked
* We recommend handwashing using a soft wash cloth and gentle dish soap.
FACTS & HISTORY: First made in China, celadon was exported to India, Persia, and Egypt in the Tang dynasty (618–907), to most of Asia in the Song (960–1279) and Ming (1368–1644) dynasties, and to Europe in the 14th century. The ware was popular because of its beauty; the Chinese also valued it because it resembled jade.