Very rare Chinese porcelain model of a Bactrian camel water dropper for the scholars’ desk, Tianqi reign, Ming dynasty.

  • Antique Chinese porcelain

Very rare Chinese porcelain model of a Bactrian camel (now critically endangered) water dropper for the scholars’ desk decorated in underglaze cobalt blue (qinghua) and carving to enhance the tail, Tianqi reign (1620-1627), Ming dynasty, w. 9 cm, 3½ in; h. 5,5 cm, 2¼ in. 7-19365

â—† The Bactrian camel (Camelus bactrianus) is a large, even-toed ungulate native to the steppes of Central Asia. The Bactrian camel has two humps on its back, in contrast to the single-humped dromedary camel.

非常罕見的中國青花陶瓷雙峰駱駝形水盂,供學士在書桌上擺設,飾以雕刻以強調尾巴,明天啟(1620-1627年),9厘米,3½吋;高5.5厘米,2¼吋。

â—† é›™å³°é§±é§ï¼ˆCamelus bactrianus)是一種偶蹄目大型動物,最早出現於中亞大草原,現已極度瀕危。雙峰駱駝背上有兩個駝峰,與單峰駱駝不同。

Stock Number: 5181