One glazed white ceramic snuff bottle. A short narrow neck with an out-turned lip surmounts a flattened pear-shaped body tapering towards an oval-shaped base. Body presents a continuous design in various colours. One face depicts two diminutive figures in a hilly landscape with trees and houses; the other side presents an animal crouching on a rock beneath a spray of peonies and bamboo and a flying insect above. Base exhibits mark of Kangxi Emperor (1661-1722 AD) in orange glaze.
Still Image Item Type Metadata
18x52x57mm (l x w x h)
Museum Ac. No.
To order a copy of this image please contact Canterbury Museum on email@example.com.
The information on this page was created from historic documentation and may not reflect the best available knowledge about the item. If you have information or questions about the objects on this website, please contact Canterbury Museum. Images may be subject to copyright laws and are therefore not of reproduction quality.
Qing Dynasty (1644-1911 AD)
“Bottle: snuff,” China, Art and Cultural Diplomacy, accessed March 28, 2023, http://www.rewialleyart.nz/items/show/783.