Song Dynasty Green Glaze Porcelain Antique Vase

$230.00

The Song dynasty was an era of Chinese history that began in 960 and continued until 1279. It was founded by Emperor Taizu of Song following his usurpation of the throne of Later Zhou, ending the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. 

This dynasty was famous because it created the China we now know. The Chinese during this time started to practice eating rice and drinking tea. The binding of the feet of the Chinese women also started during this time. 

If you love the Chinese history and culture, then grab this "Song Dynasty Green Glaze Porcelain Antique Vase" now! 

We offer free shipping and professional packaging on this product. This vase is also made from the mainland China and has a pigmented glaze. In addition, you can put this on top of the table or decorate it in your living room. 

Grab this decor now and be the one to tell the tales of the Chinese people during the Song Dynasty. 

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The color Is a gorgeous green and the carving has an antique Chinese feel. Loved it! Much heavier than you would expect.

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This vase is a beautiful color and a generous size.

This vase is a beautiful color and a generous size. It is large enough to make a statement next to a fireplace when filled with a dry arrangement, or with Hydrangas, or your favorite holiday branches...I love mine and often just leave it empty, it's quite pretty on its own.

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Loved it!

The color Is a gorgeous green and the carving has an antique Chinese feel. Loved it! Much heavier than you would expect.

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T.G.
This vase is a beautiful color and a generous size.

This vase is a beautiful color and a generous size. It is large enough to make a statement next to a fireplace when filled with a dry arrangement, or with Hydrangas, or your favorite holiday branches...I love mine and often just leave it empty, it's quite pretty on its own.