Box which opens at both ends to reveal pictures of ships departing on one end and an Indian miniature painting on the other. Outside are flowers and figures from Indian miniature paintings and a scene from Greek mythology on the other end. Made of enamelled porcelain with silver mounts.

An00012231 001 l

Thing

Made Of
silver, porcelain
Type of Thing
box
Techniques
glazed, painted

Place

Found In
China
Made In
Jingdezhen

Time

Made
1740-1760
Period/Culture
Qing dynasty

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