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Ming Dynasty Architecture
It smells so good in here!!
I am on my way to visit my aunt, she lives in China and is allowing me to stay with her while I continue my studies of the Dynasty.
I finally arrived at the small village with my aunt standing outside with a huge smile plastered on her face.
When we got inside aunt Kim had made cookies that smelled delicious so I went to the kitchen to help her.
Ming Dynasty Plate
Aunt Lisa said that the cookies were done and she asked me if I would go to get a plate from in the storage room.
If I were a plate where would I be?
I found the bowl wrapped in a box and recognized it immediately as a fifth-century dish from the Ming Dynasty, it was beautiful.
I can't wait to do more research on this!
The background color is often combined with shades of red, yellow, cobalt blue, white, and dark green. Fifteenth-century pieces, such as this dish, are the earliest preserved examples.
Cloisonné was known in China in the fourteenth century, fifteenth-century pieces.
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