This lingzhi shaped porcelain tripod stand is decorated in famille verte enamels with an assortment of antique objects and scholarly collectables. These include a wine ewer and plum blossom cup, a ruyi sceptre, arrow vases, basket of prunus flowers, Artemisia leaf, fang ding, lion censer on a rectangular table, round ding incense burner with a lion knob, and a gu- shaped vase with peacock feathers and lingzhi fungus. The sides of the legs are painted with a diaper design in yellow and green.

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Thing

Made Of
porcelain
Type of Thing
tripod stand
Subject
plum blossom
Techniques
painted, glazed

Place

Found In
China
Made In
Jingdezhen

Time

Made
1662-1722
Period/Culture
Kangxi, reign, Qing dynasty

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