China, 18th century, Chinese white porcelain group depicting the Taoist god Shoulao

18th century
Asian Arts
From: 38090, Villefontaine, France

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    Porcelain group depicting the Taoist god Shoulao wearing the symbol of longevity

    18th century

    The god is shown standing, wearing a long cloak (hanfu) encircled by a belt, with wide sleeves that appear to float in the wind.
    He holds in his hands the symbol of longevity (shou) and is accompanied by a crane, itself a symbol of long life in Chinese mythology, with its terrace in imitation of waves.

    Porcelain (blanc-de-Chine)
    The moustache is slightly missing and the terrace is slightly cracked.
    20 x 22 cm
    Private collection

    Ref: O42STV49S6

    Condition Very good
    Style Asian Arts (Groups, Figurines, Biscuits of Asian Arts Style)
    Period 18th century (Groups, Figurines, Biscuits 18th century)
    Country of origin China
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location 38090, Villefontaine, France
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