A PUDDINGSTONE 'BASKET-WEAVE' SNUFF BOTTLE<br>QING DYNASTY, 18TH CENTURY | Lot | Sotheby's
Chinese Snuff Bottle (Biyanhu) ~ middle to late Qing dynasty, about 1700-1911, Carved banded agate, with reticulated metal stopper.
Glass Snuff Bottle with Interior Painting Ch'ing Dynasty (1644-1911) Body height: 6 cm In the late 17th century, Western snuff and snuff containers entered China. At its peak, various Western countries and the Vatican in Rome often presented snuff and snuff containers as gifts to the court. Since snuff boxes were not ideal containers for snuff, people at the time adapted and used small-mouthed jars originally used in the Ming dynasty for medicine.
A FAMILLE-ROSE PORCELAIN 'MELONS' SNUFF BOTTLE QING DYNASTY, JIAQING / DAOGUANG PERIOD
"A Cloisonné Vase Mark of the Hayashi Kodenji Workshop, Meiji Period (late 19th century)
El Museo Metropolitano de Arte, Nueva York. Botellas de tabaco chinos. Exquisitas miniaturas.
Rice bow, Seto ware, late Edo period #ceramics #Japanese_ceramics #pottery #Japanese_pottery #bowl
An "imitation-lacquer " porcelain double snuff bottle. Seal Mark and Period of Jiaqing | Sotheby's
Fresh as the day it was carved, 400 yr-old Qing Dynasty jade cabbage. Spot the katydid!
An agate ‘Monk’ snuff bottle possibly Imperial, Official School, Qing dynasty, Late 18th-19th century