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Vase in the Shape of an Archaic Jade 'Cong' Ritual Implement

Unidentified ArtistQianlong period, 1736 - 1795

Harvard Art Museums

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  • Title: Vase in the Shape of an Archaic Jade 'Cong' Ritual Implement
  • Creator: Unidentified Artist
  • Date: Qianlong period, 1736 - 1795
  • Technique: Celadon
  • Physical Dimensions: w13.1 x h27.0 x d13.1 cm
  • Period: Qing dynasty, 1644-1911
  • Credit Line: Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Gift of Ralph C. Marcove, M.D.
  • Creation Place: Jingdezhen/Jiangxi province/China/East Asia
  • Type: Vessels
  • External Link: Harvard Art Museums
  • Medium: Jingdezhen 'Guan'-type ware: porcelain with crackled, grayish blue, 'guan'-type glaze; with underglaze cobalt blue mark reading 'Da Qing Qianlongnian zhi' in seal-script characters on the base

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