19th C. Chinese Blue Vases Chin Dynasty - A Pair on Chairish.com

19th C. Chinese Blue Vases Chin Dynasty - A Pair

19th C. Chinese Blue Vases Chin Dynasty - A Pair on Chairish.com

Chinese 19th C. Beautiful Chin Dynasty Bronze Foo Dog Incense Burner-Rare

Chinese 19th C. Beautiful Chin Dynasty Bronze Foo Dog Incense Burner-Rare

Dream Stone, China, Chin Dynasty, c. 1800. Marble

Dream Stone, China, Chin Dynasty, c. 1800. Marble

A small Jun purple-splashed 'bubble' bowl, Jin dynasty (1115-1234)

A small Jun purple-splashed 'bubble' bowl, Jin dynasty (1115-1234)

This Luohan sits in the lotus position hands resting before him in a gesture that represents meditation. Luohans are viewed as the ideal disciples of the Buddha known for their rigorous discipline. Their ability to focus and remain diligently devoted to the Dharma or teachings of the Buddha account for their attainment of enlightenment. A virtual cult of veneration developed around the Luohans in the 10th century during the Liao Dynasty. In Chinese culture they became known for their…

This Luohan sits in the lotus position hands resting before him in a gesture that represents meditation. Luohans are viewed as the ideal disciples of the Buddha known for their rigorous discipline. Their ability to focus and remain diligently devoted to the Dharma or teachings of the Buddha account for their attainment of enlightenment. A virtual cult of veneration developed around the Luohans in the 10th century during the Liao Dynasty. In Chinese culture they became known for their…

Cheng Miao, prison official in the Chin Dynasty, made simplification to the hsiao chuan, or "small-seal", script that led to the evolution Li-shu, or "clerical" style. The simplification is often referred to as the "Li transformation". Li-shu script had a major impact on Chinese calligraphy and can be divided into two styles the Han (left) and Quin (right) style.

Cheng Miao, prison official in the Chin Dynasty, made simplification to the hsiao chuan, or "small-seal", script that led to the evolution Li-shu, or "clerical" style. The simplification is often referred to as the "Li transformation". Li-shu script had a major impact on Chinese calligraphy and can be divided into two styles the Han (left) and Quin (right) style.

A moulded dingyao dish Song/Jin Dynasty

A moulded dingyao dish Song/Jin Dynasty

A SMALL 'CIZHOU' SGRAFFIATO 'FLORAL' JAR  JIN DYNASTY

A SMALL 'CIZHOU' SGRAFFIATO 'FLORAL' JAR JIN DYNASTY

A 'CIZHOU' PERSIMMON-GLAZED EWER AND COVER  NORTHERN SONG – JIN DYNASTY

A 'CIZHOU' PERSIMMON-GLAZED EWER AND COVER NORTHERN SONG – JIN DYNASTY

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