Hong Kong Victoria Harbour Ginger Jar
Hong Kong Victoria Harbour Blue and White Porcelain Ginger Jar
Immerse in maritime charm with a blue and white porcelain ginger jar showcasing Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour. Handcrafted to perfection, the delicate brushwork depicts the iconic skyline, where a traditional junk boat sails, capturing the city's historical maritime heritage. This elegant jar harmoniously marries artistic mastery and cultural significance, offering a timeless window into Hong Kong's seafaring legacy.

The ginger jar originated in the days of the Qin Dynasty (221 BCE-207 BCE) as a storage receptacle for spices like salt, oil, and ginger. When ginger became a chief export to the Western world, the vessels in which it was stored and transported became known as “ginger jars.”

  • Origin   Jingdezhen
  • Our on-site workshop can transform this item into a decorative light fixture.
  • Your choice of wooden stand, please ask us for details.
  • All measurements are approximate.

22.0 x 22.0 x 26.0 cm

HKD $800.00

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