Jarrones meiping (2) - Cobre, Esmalte cloisonné - China - mediados del siglo XX

Descripción
Jarrones meiping (2) - Cobre, Esmalte cloisonné - China - mediados del siglo XX
Buen estado, ver descripción - 22.5×13.5×13.5 cm

Meiping (梅 瓶) literally means "plum vase" and is traditionally used to display plum blossom branches.

The meiping shape was first made during the Tang Dynasty (618-907). It was originally used as a wine vessel, but since the Song Dynasty (960-1279) it also became popular as a plum vase and was given the name "meiping". The vases are long, with a narrow base that spreads gracefully into a broad body, followed by a sharply rounded shoulder, a short and narrow neck, and a small opening.

These vases are made of copper applied with red cloisonne. Made in China.

Height: 22,5 cm.
Diameter 13,5 cm.

Good condition. Some minor age damage and some wear of the cloisonne on the top. Please see the photos for a good impression.

The vases will be carefully packed and shipped worldwide.
Any additional costs, such as customs charges, are for the buyers own account.

Detalles del lote
N.º total de artículos
2
Objeto
Jarrones meiping
Técnica
Con incrustaciones
Material
Cobre, Esmalte cloisonné
Periodo
mediados del siglo XX
Región / País de origen
China
Atribución
Original
Estado
Buen estado, ver descripción
Dimensiones
22.5×13.5×13.5 cm
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