A white ancient paintings porcelain pot with brass accents. This pot is a fine collection of chinaware, accented with high quality, sturdy brass. With a monkey on the top of lid as a hold point and beautiful white body glaze. Artistically hand-painted to create this blend of colors, the flowers and blossoms are almost real-life. This antique-looking attraction is covered with a sheet of shiny glaze. A brass base and trim decorate the pot; with a brass intricately carved knob crowning the lid!
Porcelain, also called 'fine china', featuring its delicate texture, pleasing color, and refined sculpture, has been one of the earliest artworks introduced to the western world through the Silk Road. The earliest porcelain ware was found made of Kaolin in the Shang Dynasty (16th - 11th century BC), and possessed the common aspects of the smoothness and impervious quality of hard enamel, though pottery wares were more widely used among most of the ordinary people. Anyway it was the beginning of porcelain, which afterwards in the succeeding dynasties and due to its durability and luster, rapidly became a necessity of daily life, especially in the middle and upper classes. They were made in the form of all kinds of items, such as bowls, cups, tea sets, vases, jewel cases, incense burners, musical instruments and boxes for stationary and chess, as well as pillows for traditional doctors to use to feel one's pulse. Through the development of 4,000 years, now it is still a brilliant art that attracts many people's interest.
Material:Brass and Porcelain Size:5"Hx4"L Preparation time: 2-3 working days