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Sutra Box with Dragon
Box with Birds and Flowers
Box with cover
Box with Peonies
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This artwork is part of Red and Black: Chinese Lacquer, 13th–16th Century
This artwork is not on display
Although the flowers in Chinese lacquer are often stylized and therefore difficult to identify precisely, it seems likely that the large blossom on the top of this box is a type of camellia, which is understood as a symbol for winter and endurance.
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