A Rare Molded and Gilt-Decorated Turquoise-Ground Vase, Hu. (1736-1795).

A Rare Molded and Gilt-Decorated Turquoise-Ground Vase, Hu. (1736-1795).

JOHNSON TSANG * Chinese * https://johnsontsang.wordpress.com/ ** sculpture ~ baby ~ sad angel ~ broken angel ..

JOHNSON TSANG * Chinese * https://johnsontsang.wordpress.com/ ** sculpture ~ baby ~ sad angel ~ broken angel ..

Chinese Spring Rolls | Community Post: 20 EASY CHINESE RECIPES TO HELP YOU CELEBRATE CHINESE NEW YEAR

Chinese Spring Rolls | Community Post: 20 EASY CHINESE RECIPES TO HELP YOU CELEBRATE CHINESE NEW YEAR

Celebrate the timeless art of tea with our special edition, Tea Pleasures. You’ll find inspiration for putting together elegant tablescapes, brewing the perfect beverage, and creating an atmosphere of hospitality for your guests. We also present eight gorgeous themed teas with accompanying recipes for traditional scones, sweets, and savories. Buy your issue today! http://www.hoffmanmediastore.com/victoria-1/victoria-tea-pleasures.html

Celebrate the timeless art of tea with our special edition, Tea Pleasures. You’ll find inspiration for putting together elegant tablescapes, brewing the perfect beverage, and creating an atmosphere of hospitality for your guests. We also present eight gorgeous themed teas with accompanying recipes for traditional scones, sweets, and savories. Buy your issue today! http://www.hoffmanmediastore.com/victoria-1/victoria-tea-pleasures.html

For a pavilion sponsored by the Chinese real-estate company Vanke, architect Daniel Libeskind designed a sinuous 8,600-square-foot structure that evokes a curled dragon. The slumbering beast of a building is clad in more than 4,000 shimmering red metalized ceramic tiles. Inside, an exhibition designed by Ralph Appelbaum Assoc. presents a forest of bamboo scaffolding supporting 200 video screens that tell stories of food and shared meals.

Milan Sprouts Exotic and Beautiful Pavilions for Expo 2015

For a pavilion sponsored by the Chinese real-estate company Vanke, architect Daniel Libeskind designed a sinuous 8,600-square-foot structure that evokes a curled dragon. The slumbering beast of a building is clad in more than 4,000 shimmering red metalized ceramic tiles. Inside, an exhibition designed by Ralph Appelbaum Assoc. presents a forest of bamboo scaffolding supporting 200 video screens that tell stories of food and shared meals.

A Rare Molded Blue and White Barbed Rim Dish, Yuan Dynasty, 14th Century, est. $200/300,000 | Sotheby's

A Rare Molded Blue and White Barbed Rim Dish, Yuan Dynasty, 14th Century, est. $200/300,000 | Sotheby's

Female Dancer, 2nd century B.C. Chinese. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Charlotte C. and John C. Weber Collection, Gift of Charlotte C. and John C. Weber, 1992 (1992.165.19) | A quintessential example of early Chinese sculpture, this ceramic figure illustrates the artist's achievement in conveying a sense of motion in a still object. #OneMetManyWorlds

Female Dancer, 2nd century B.C. Chinese. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Charlotte C. and John C. Weber Collection, Gift of Charlotte C. and John C. Weber, 1992 (1992.165.19) | A quintessential example of early Chinese sculpture, this ceramic figure illustrates the artist's achievement in conveying a sense of motion in a still object. #OneMetManyWorlds

Parthian Glazed Pottery Amphora, 1st-3rd Century AD    A striking, wheel-made ceramic vase of a classic amphora form. The beautiful turquoise glaze presents lovely craquelure, its color, largely due to the presence of copper oxide in an alkaline base in the glaze, was most likely made to imitate Chinese celadon ware.

Parthian Glazed Pottery Amphora, 1st-3rd Century AD A striking, wheel-made ceramic vase of a classic amphora form. The beautiful turquoise glaze presents lovely craquelure, its color, largely due to the presence of copper oxide in an alkaline base in the glaze, was most likely made to imitate Chinese celadon ware.

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