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Gold Leaf Painted ~ 10 Inch Turnip Vase
Gold Leaf Painted ~ 10 Inch Turnip Vase
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Code: 12257
Retail: $89.00
Price: $59.95
Shipping Weight: 5.00 lbs
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Handcrafted in China

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"Gold Leaf Painted ~ 10 Inch Turnip Vase with Cranes in Field.Gold Leaf Lacquerware is one of the finest crafts produced in China. It involves a 20 step process that converts normal ojects of porcelain or wood into beautiful masterpieces. Each piece is hand painted and guilded with gold leaf, then finished with over 10 coats of lacquer, a process that can take up to a month to complete. For decorative purposes, we do not recommend using water in the vase. Handcrafted in China."

China Trivia

Of all the canals in the entire world, the Grand Canal found in China is not only the oldest, but also the longest. In fact, this canal surpasses the second and third largest canals put together, being the Panama Canal and the Suez. The Grand Canal was first brought under construction during the Wu Dynasty in 486 BC. Then it was extended during the Qi Dynasty and then again during the Sui Dynasty under the reign of Emperor Yangdi.

Today, the length of the Grand Canal is approximately 1,200 miles long, running from Hangzhou in the Zhejian province located in the south of China to Beijing, located in the northern portion of the country. Additionally, the Grand Canal connects a number of river systems to include the Yangtze, Yellow Huaihe, Quiantang, and Haihe Rivers, and then at the southern end, flows through Hebei, Tianjin, Beijing, Jiangsu, Shandong, and Zhejiang.

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