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Chinese culture is steeped in the tea tradition. This teapot from the Qing dynasty (1644–1912) features a chrysanthemum, a symbol of longevity.

Chinese culture is steeped in the tea tradition. This teapot from the Qing dynasty (1644–1912) features a chrysanthemum, a symbol of longevity.

Covered wine pot or teapot

Covered wine pot or teapot

TWO FAMILLE-ROSE BUDDHIST ALTAR ORNAMENTS  LATE QING DYNASTY 1644–1912

TWO FAMILLE-ROSE BUDDHIST ALTAR ORNAMENTS LATE QING DYNASTY 1644–1912

Hand-held mirror in blue enamel painted in gilt with floral motif and scrolls showing Western influence. On the reverse of the mirror, painted on glass is a portrait of a woman in Western dress but of Chinese appearance. Guangzhou, China. 1800-1825. Qing dynasty. Chinese export. Length: 11 in

Hand-held mirror in blue enamel painted in gilt with floral motif and scrolls showing Western influence. On the reverse of the mirror, painted on glass is a portrait of a woman in Western dress but of Chinese appearance. Guangzhou, China. 1800-1825. Qing dynasty. Chinese export. Length: 11 in

Small covered wine pot or teapot Artist: Chinese , Qing Dynasty, Kangxi period Date: 1662–1722 Culture: Chinese Medium: Porcelain painted in underglaze blue and overglaze famille verte enamels.

Small covered wine pot or teapot Artist: Chinese , Qing Dynasty, Kangxi period Date: 1662–1722 Culture: Chinese Medium: Porcelain painted in underglaze blue and overglaze famille verte enamels.

Beauty in Tang Dynasty

Beauty in Tang Dynasty

Teapot with Pattern of the "Hundred Antiques" | China | Qing dynasty (1644–1911) | The Met

Teapot with Pattern of the "Hundred Antiques" | China | Qing dynasty (1644–1911) | The Met

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He Jiaying | AFA - art for adults

He Jiaying | AFA - art for adults

He Jiaying, Contemporary Chinese artist ~ Blog of an Art Admirer

He Jiaying, Contemporary Chinese artist ~ Blog of an Art Admirer