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Vase of XVII century

The vase has a high neck, a flared mouth, a bulging body tapering to the bottom, and a flat base. The shoulder is shaped as a lotus petal-shaped bib. The whole body is covered with celadon and blue decorative patterns. You can see a fisherman playing the flute on the neck of the vase. The body of the vase is ornamented with a cedar tree and a crane, a girl picking lotuses, and a writer plucking his guitar. The neck of the vase is decorated with stylized double handles. This vase belonged to the ancient Chinese pottery line in the seventeenth century.