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- Material: Ceramic
- Origin: Jingdezhen, Jiangxi.
- Popular elements: Chinese court style
- Craftsmanship: Hand-drawn Embryo + Hand-painted
- Gaiwan: 10.5 x 9.5 cm, capacity 130 ml.
- Bapotu implies strong vitality.
- Bapo paintings are also called "Jipo", "Shijinping", and "Jinhuidui".
- The reason why it is called "Bapo" is that on the one hand, "eight" is an imaginary number, which represents the meanings of many, rich, etc., and it is also a homonym for "fa Cai" and "prosperous", which refers to the auspicious theme of this type of work;
- Although "broken" refers to broken things, it also has metaphors of "a broken home is worth ten thousand", "broken and treasured", and "broken" means "broken and safe", and a belief: the more dilapidated (difficult), the stronger the vitality.
Gilt Suet Jade Square Pot