THE BEATRICE HOLT COLLECTION
Vase

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Collection Beatrice Holt Collection
Date 1970 ca.
Description A large ceramic vase with a trumpet mouth and tapered cylindrical body. There are two pink panels on the vase which include painted designs of a phoenix flying over several large flowers. These pink panels are outlined in blue and are surrounded by a blue-green background and pink peony flowers which mean "rich." At the lip there are Chinese symbols meaning "Good Luck." There are protruding animal figures at the sides of the neck that create handles. The designs have been painted in blue-green, green, pink, and yellow. There is gold detailing encircling the lip of the mouth.
Dimensions H-44.7 Dia-17 cm
Category 2: Building Furnishings
Object ID 1982.0021
Object Name Vase
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