Bowl with Peonies

c. 1100s
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In East Asian art, peonies traditionally symbolize prosperity and wealth.


This type of pottery, called Yaozhou ware, is a type of celadon or greenware that is well-known for its distinctive molded decoration.
Bowl with Peonies

Bowl with Peonies

c. 1100s

China, Shaanxi province, Tongchuan, Huangbaozhen, Jin dynasty (1115-1234)

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