Snuff Bottles in the Qing Dynasty

Zhang Rong [Other titles by this author]

ISBN: 9787508518459

Wu Zhou Chuan Bo Chu Ban She/ Tsai Fong Books 2014

AU $49.95
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 Snuff Bottles in the Qing Dynasty (Snuff Bottles in the Qing Dynasty)

A snuff bottle, a container commonly used to store tobacco, represents a unique variety of China s ancient cultural relics. It first appeared in the royal court in the Emperor Kangxi Period of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Snuff bottles became popular in the capital and influenced the entire nation. Made of many different materials, they were ornately designed and often decorated with important symbols, such as a dragon or a horse. This book introduces the Qing Dynasty snuff bottle and explores its contribution to the Chinese people s cultural identity."


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