Large Chinese porcelain fishbowl with authentic Qing Imperial Banners, dragons, and other mystical symbols, lotus flower on the outside; goldfish and plants on the inside of the bowl; with an inverted lip decorated in green and manganese. Republic Period (1912-1940). The Emperor of China usually used a Chinese dragon as a symbol of his imperial power and strength. This is the kind of things the Chinese are continuously looking to get back.
Provenance: Item is 100% authentic. Item was acquired at a specialty auction in the Southern island of Japan/Okinawa.
Dimensions: circa 10 inches High x 14 inches wide (25 cm x 35 cm). Weight: approx. 24 lb (11 kg).
Condition: Excellent for age. Beautiful bright colors, excellent hand-enameled porcelain. No chips or cracks. Item has not be repaired or cleaned.
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