Tongzhi

Chinese Four Sided Poem Vase, Chinese, Qing Dynasty, four sided porcelain vase with blue lion mask gilt ring handles, flaring top rim, sides with highly enameled figures, eight separate poems, four poems set into stylized cartouches

p4A ItemID F7965748
Chinese Famille Rose Bowl with Warriors, 19th century, scalloped edged bowl with round foot, gilt edge, interior of bowl with enameled scene of warriors on horseback

p4A ItemID F7951130
Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Vase, late 19th/early 20th c., decorated with warriors

p4A ItemID F7948700
Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Narcissus Pot, late 19th/early 20th c., decorated with antiques, fruit, and flowers

p4A ItemID F7948688

Tongzhi

The term Tongzhi refers the reigning era name for the 10th Qing Emperor, Aixin-Jueluo Zaichun (1856 to 1875), who reigned from 1861 to 1875. The Tongzhi emperor was the third to last emperor to reign over all of China before 2,000 years of imperial dynastic history came to an end in 1911.


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