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Pair of Vases in Shape of Cong: Southern Celadon Ware

琮式瓶

1271–1368
Overall: 18.4 cm (7 1/4 in.)
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This pair of cong-shaped vases was inspired by Neolithic jades of the Liangzhu culture. They reflect the Song scholar’s interest in antiquity and archaeology.
Pair of Vases in Shape of Cong: Southern Celadon Ware

Pair of Vases in Shape of Cong: Southern Celadon Ware

1271–1368

China, Zhejiang province, Yuan dynasty (1271-1368)

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