Snuff Bottle (Biyanhu) with Lotus and Water Birds LACMA M.69.91.11a-b (1 of two)

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Snuff Bottle (Biyanhu) with Lotus and Water Birds LACMA M.69.91.11a-b (1 of two)
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Description

Title
Snuff Bottle (Biyanhu) with Lotus and Water Birds (image 1 of two)

Description

: China, Jiajing mark and period, 1796-1820
: Tools and Equipment bottles
: Molded soft-paste porcelain with overglaze enamels
: Gift of Hyatt Robert von Dehn (M.69.91.11a-b)
: [http: //www.lacma.org/art/collection/chinese-art Chinese Art]

Accession quantity
M.69.91.11a-b

Date
1796-1820

Dimensions
Height- 3 in. (7.6 cm)

Supply
*Image: http: //collections.lacma.org/internet sites/default/files/remote_photos/piction/ma-2360973-O3.jpg
*Gallery: http: //collections.lacma.org/node/236799

Institution
Institution: Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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License
Public domain LACMA

Containers from China in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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Porcelain from China in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Die casting
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Image by revdode
Filling the machine for molding.

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Image by lyng883
Shanghai Moon – is 1 of those handful of restaurants whose interior decor alone is worth the trip. And if you go in the middle of the night you can have the spot to yourself. It is open 24-hours a day. From the elevator, comply with the thinning red carpet down the hall and into the ballroom-style dining room, exactly where the carpet springs back to life in a swirl of red, blue and cream. Choose a single of the mismatched embroidered chairs and sit down to a quintessential Chinese table, a pink carnation in a glass vase and a red tablecloth. See the majestic and old-fashioned surroundings: the antiques, the chandeliers, the grand ceiling with distinctive molding and alcoves with velvet curtains. On the walls, there are photos of Shanghai circa 1840s-1950s showing the every day landmarks of the era (the initial department retailer, the initial cinema, the Huangpu complete of canoe-sized boats) as well as landmark events like Prince Chun of the Qing Dynasty’s parade down Nanjing Xi Lu. The menu is complete of your common Shanghainese fare, with a bit of Cantonese influence

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