Snuff Bottle Porcelain Hand Painted Man Drinking Tea Boy Fueling Fire.
Snuff Bottle, Porcelain, Hand Painted, Old Asian Man Drinking Tea Asian Boy Fueling The Fire, Chinese.
Snuff bottles were first produced in China during the Qing Dynasty. It was designed to store tobacco, which was used to treat illnesses. Snuff bottles were manufactured with care and displayed beautiful designs. Today, snuff bottles are displayed in art museums, some are privately collected, and some are still used to store tobacco.
When starting any collection, it is useful to read as much about the category as possible. There have been many informative books on snuff bottles published in the last 20 years, filled with useful attribution information as well as beautiful photography.
Item Code - CER10C3672CG
Width: 1 3/4" Height: 3 1/4" Depth: 1 3/4" Weight: 40 g
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