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1. Floral Vase with Fish and Dragons on a Green Background
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
Almost everybody who views this large vase is struck by its beauty.  ......
2. Violet Famille Rose Floral Case with the Ta-ya Studio Mark
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
In the late Ch'ing dynasty, the Tz'u-hsi Dowager Empress controlled the court for a long period of time.
3. Jar with Myriad Blessings in Gold on a Red Ground
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
This jar with lid was perhaps used as a tea container. Appearing quite sumptuous and stately, the red ground is filled from top to bottom with gold pigment. ......
4. Revolving Vase in Yellow Glaze Famille Rose with Auspicious Motifs
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
his work is actually a vase set, revolving center, and an interlocking top and bottom. In terms of the decoration, it is also a combination of engraving and overall surface patterning. ......
5. Pink Lotus Bowl with Floral Brocade
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
This bowl with a flaring rim has a deep curving body and a short foot ring. The outer wall is covered with a light pink glaze as a base, on top of which was engraved patterns of plants and geometric designs. ...
6. Six Conjoined Vases in Tea Dust Glaze
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
This unusual vessel consists of five conjoined vases of the same shape and size circling around a central main vase, forming a single complete vase.  ......
7. Famille Rose Conjoined Vase with Panels of Birds and Flowers
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
The round, flat shape of the vase, in order to accentuate the ingenious shape, appears as two vases on the outside, one in front of the other. ......
8. Ruby-red Kuan-yin Tsun Vase
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
In the period from 1705 to 1712, during the K'ang-hsi reign, Lang T'ing-chi, the Governor of Kiangsi, ......
9. Monk's Cap Ewer with Ruby Red Glaze
(Matching tags: vessel,Ming dynasty,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
The top of this ewer, with its stepped rim in three levels, resembles the cap worn by T’ang dynasty monks, from which this type of ewer derives its name.  ......
10. Enameled Bowl with Landscape Motif
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
Compared to enamelware ceramics of the K'ang-hsi reign (1662-1722), official wares of the following Yung-cheng reign developed gradually in a more painterly direction in terms of the surface decoration ...
11. Bright Yellow Ting with Animal-mask Patterns in Relief
(Matching tags: vessel,Ming dynasty,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
This incense burner in the shape of a round ting (cauldron) features two standing handles along the rim. Three tubular legs are joined to the body, and the legs have raised patterns. ......
12. Blue-and-white Flat Vase with Figures
(Matching tags: vessel,Ming dynasty,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
With a small round rim, a fine straight neck, sloping shoulders, a round flat body, an oval base, and a flat base that is slightly concave, ......
13. Blue Enamel Landscape Teapot
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
With a wide mouth and relatively squat body, curved handle, tubular spout, flat base and concave foot, this teapot has a slightly domed lid with a flattened top, ......
14. Tou-ts'ai Cup with Chickens
(Matching tags: vessel,Ming dynasty,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
This cup, with its flared mouth, the shallow curvature of its sides, and shallow ring foot, is decorated with two pairs of chickens and their young.  ......
15. Ko Ware High-stemmed Bowl
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
The rim of this high-stemmed bowl is wide and flaring, and the wall of the body is curved. The stem is thin and tall, being slightly wider at the bottom than at the top. ......
16. Chün Ware Pillow in the Shape of a Ju-i
(Matching tags: Yuan dynasty,vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
This porcelain pillow is in the shape of the “ju-i” symbol. High at the back and sloping down towards the front, the top of the pillow is slightly indented towards the center. ......
17. Ting Ware White Ceramic Pillow in the Shape of a Child
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,Northern Sung,National Palace Museum)
During the T’ang dynasty, most ceramics pillows either had a tri-color “san-ts’ai” glaze, or were glazed brown, black, or a Ch’ang-sha bronze color. ......  ...
18. Cocoon-shaped Hu
(Matching tags: Warring States Period,vessel,Han dynasty,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
This piece of black pottery has a body in the shape of a silkworm cocoon. ......
19. Mallet-Shaped Lung-ch'üan Vase with Two Phoenix Handles
(Matching tags: Southern Sung,vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
This mallet-shaped vase, with its tray-shaped mouth and straight neck and body exhibits a definite two-piece design. The neck has two handles in the shape of phoenixes or dragons  ......
20. Ju Ware Narcissus Planter
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,Northern Sung,National Palace Museum)
This oval dish has deep, slightly flaring sides, a flat base and four cloud-shaped feet. The body is very thin on the sides, becoming slightly thicker on the base and feet.  ......
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