Vintage Small Chinese Mun Shou Ginger Jar | Small Red Porcelain Vase Made in Jingdezhen
Vintage Small Chinese Mun Shou Ginger Jar | Small Red Porcelain Vase Made in Jingdezhen
Vintage Small Chinese Mun Shou Ginger Jar | Small Red Porcelain Vase Made in Jingdezhen
Vintage Small Chinese Mun Shou Ginger Jar | Small Red Porcelain Vase Made in Jingdezhen
Vintage Small Chinese Mun Shou Ginger Jar | Small Red Porcelain Vase Made in Jingdezhen
Vintage Small Chinese Mun Shou Ginger Jar | Small Red Porcelain Vase Made in Jingdezhen
Vintage Small Chinese Mun Shou Ginger Jar | Small Red Porcelain Vase Made in Jingdezhen
Vintage Small Chinese Mun Shou Ginger Jar | Small Red Porcelain Vase Made in Jingdezhen
Vintage Small Chinese Mun Shou Ginger Jar | Small Red Porcelain Vase Made in Jingdezhen
Vintage Small Chinese Mun Shou Ginger Jar | Small Red Porcelain Vase Made in Jingdezhen

Vintage Small Chinese Mun Shou Ginger Jar | Small Red Porcelain Vase Made in Jingdezhen

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A Chinese porcelain ginger jar is the "little black dress" of home decor - it never goes out of style! This jar will make a stunning display on your table, storage for trinkets, or as a vase for your fresh blooms.

This ginger jar is not only fun decoration, but also have rich roots in Chinese history.
· Stamped 中国景德镇 on the bottom. It is made in Jingdezhen, China, the porcelain capital of the world. The artistry of its ceramic masters are renowned through out the world.
· The central motif is made up of the traditional Chinese pattern of the heart of lotus, curly leaves and Bougainvillea, which symbolizes "treasure" and "immortality."
· The bats brings good fortune. The "3" shaped patterns are fire moires that symbolizes life and longevity.

This makes it the perfect gift for a friend or family member. It not only brings beauty to their home but also carries wishes of good fortune and long life.

Dimension: 4.5 L x 4.5 W x 4.5 H

Great vintage condition. No chips or cracks.
Made in Jingdezhen, China in the Republic period.
Found in Easton, Connecticut where the family have lived since the 1700s.