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Vietnamese Bottle Vase (Yu-hu chun), late 15th century CE, now in the collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
From the vase’s descrption on artsmia.org:
‘The inspiration for Vietnamese blue-and-white wares was derived from China. The Vietnamese potters were more than mere copyists, however, and they developed a wide range of decorative motifs including peonies, lotuses, birds, flowers, animals, fish, and even landscapes. This elegant pear-shaped bottle is closely related to Chinese prototypes both in shape and decoration. The floral panels painted in underglaze blue are set against a wave background. Cloud whirls adorn the neck, plantain leaves appear below the rim, and lotus leaf lappets encircle the base.’
More information about the vase here:
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