Dish with Peony

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This small dish was probably a saucer for a handleless cup, part of a larger tea set. Its green opalescent glass might have been meant to imitate green jade, a popular medium for luxury objects of this period.

Dish with Peony, Glass, opalescent green; blown, shaped with mold, enameled, and gilded

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