SOLD ITEM 5602 - Ming dynasty Fahua ceramic Persian market vase

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This Fahua vase measures 12 and three quarter inches high and 7 and one half inches at the widest part. The "fahua" style of ceramics was produced in China from the 14th to the 16th centuries. It may well have been intended as a less expensive substitute for cloisonné enamels.. The origin of the term "fahua" is uncertain but it may mean "Buddhist decoration" and derive from the fact that these wares were very often used in Buddhist temples.The Ming dynasty. This vase has been drilled for use as a lamp. No cracks, chips or repairs. The high fired glaze on this stoneware piece does have some minor fading from the sun.
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