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This truly beautiful favor is a miniature version of the finest china . Your guests will by amazed by these favors, down to the soft and beautiful detail of these little porcelain teacups. The porcelain 'china pattern' teacup sits atop an attached saucer and the teacup is the perfect size to hold a single tealight. The brilliant silver pattern is an elegant accent on the gleaming white porcelain. The tealight is included and each 'teacup and tealight' is packaged in a sophisticated showcase display box duplicating the china pattern on the teacup. Gift box is complete with a sheer organza ribbon and a lovely teapot shaped hang-tag. Gift-boxed favor measures 3 1/2' x 2'.
Gross weight: 3KG
Item no: 3991-1
Size: House -35*42cm; tea -46*38cm
Housing material: plastic
Lens material: glass
Bezel material: plastic
Movement type: sweep second movement
Power type: battery
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In eye-popping furniture, textiles, ceramics and silver, a surprising story is told: as early as the 16th century, Mexican and South American artisans were using indigenous art forms to create luxury goods inspired by Asia, and in the 18th and... In fact, 18th century Boston was a major center for japanned furniture. At the exhibit entrance, “Saint Francis Xavier Departing for Asia,” a large oil painting by Mexican artist Juan Gonzalez sets the stage. The 16th-century missionary Saint Francis, looking at a map of Asia, is inlaid with mother-of-pearl and painted in thin layers of glaze oil paints — this art form, called enconchado (shell inlay) was based on Japanese lacquered furniture and... - One of the smallest objects is one of the most mind-bending and intriguing. An Asian style tortoise shell folding fan appears painted with turquoise and gold images, but actually is made of tiny bird feathers cut and assembled with orchid glue on thick matte paper. Descended from Mayan feather work painting, the fan front has horseback-riding Roman soldiers — so detailed their eyes are visible — and flowers and birds on the back. To create a portable writing desk that looked like lacquer, a Colombian artist used a technique called barniz de Pasto (Pasto varnish). Extracting resin from the tiny leaf-buds of the mopa mopa tree, artisans softened it by chewing and then stretched it into thin sheets, which they cut and inlaid to form brilliantly colored and detailed designs of fauna and flora. To create textiles with the red coloring common to Chinese objects, Peruvian artisans made a dye from insects harvested from cacti. One of the few surviving Peruvian textiles reflecting Chinese influence is a tapestry woven of alpaca wool and silk with traditional Chinese figures, such as peonies, phoenix birds, and the mythical xiezhi, as well as Peruvian flora and fauna. It hangs next to a gorgeously embroidered 17th-century Chinese wall hanging or bed covering, an example of the source of inspiration. Closer to home, Colonial silver makers designed Chinoiserie — in the Chinese style — teapots and cream and sugar bowls. One such Bostonian, 18th-century merchant Nicholas Boylston, was painted by John Singleton Copley. Source: www.providencejournal.com
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