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By Wendy Ma (Kaomoji Ceramics)


Chun glazed stoneware vessel featuring an azure dragon coiled around it. An ode to Hong Kong's city scape shaped by feng shui where the masters are still regularly consulted to help make the city’s buildings harmonious and prosperous. Some high rises have included a gaping hole in the centre of the building, a feature known as a “dragon gate”, which legend has it allows the energy of the nearby mountain (or “dragon”) to pass through towards the sea.


125 x 105 mm

The dragon turns its head to greet the ancestors

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