Brush holder with lotus decoration


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Scholarly men of the Joseon dynasty collected and used tasteful writing and painting accessories. This brush holder is an elegant example of nineteenth-century porcelain with carved openwork designs. The lotus is an emblem of the Confucian scholar aptly used here to ornament an object for his study

Brush holder with lotus decoration, Porcelain with openwork design, Korea

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