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Vintage

Japanese Terracotta Dragon Jardinière

Decorative Arts Emporium

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Japanese Terracotta  Dragon  Jardinière
Japanese Terracotta  Dragon  Jardinière
Japanese Terracotta  Dragon  Jardinière
Japanese Terracotta  Dragon  Jardinière
Japanese Terracotta  Dragon  Jardinière
Japanese Terracotta  Dragon  Jardinière
Japanese Terracotta  Dragon  Jardinière
Japanese Terracotta  Dragon  Jardinière

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Very Good; patina
Country of Origin:
Japan
Materials:
terracotta
Size:
12.5" W x 7.5" H
Color/Finish:
red

Why We Love This

Late-19th-century Japanese terracotta jardinière with a high-relief dragon design. Accented with traces of dark pigments. Artist's mark on the underside.
As described by Decorative Arts Emporium

About Decorative Arts Emporium

Decorative Arts Emporium owner Joseph DiMartino has 40 years of experience as an interior designer, home furnishings and accessory buyer, and obsessive collector of things antique and vintage. As a result of attending estate sales, flea markets, and antique shows, his inventory is quite extensive and diverse and always changing. His unique finds are based on quality, craftsmanship, condition, and detail, with a focus on European and Asian porcelain.