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Orient Garden

The Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1912) was the last Chinese dynasty, and the longest dynasty ruled by foreigners (the Manchus from Manchuria, northeast of the Great Wall). The Qing Dynasty had the most overseas contact, though it was mostly resisted. he peak of Chinese ceramic production was seen in the reigns of Kangxi (1661-1722), Yongzheng (1722-1735), and Qianlong (1735-1796) during which improvement was seen in almost all ceramic types, including the blue and white wares, polychrome wares, etc.

Rose Family

The Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1912) was the last Chinese dynasty, and the longest dynasty ruled by foreigners (the Manchus from Manchuria, northeast of the Great Wall). The Qing Dynasty had the most overseas contact, though it was mostly resisted. he peak of Chinese ceramic production was seen in the reigns of Kangxi (1661-1722), Yongzheng (1722-1735), and Qianlong (1735-1796) during which improvement was seen in almost all ceramic types, including the blue and white wares, polychrome wares, etc.

Fauna Ibérica

Inspired by the Portuguese and Spanish fauna, this dinner set, designed by Braz Gil, is a pure biscuit creation adorned with exquisite details of nature and wild life. The set is complemented by exclusive napkin rings, coasters and knife holders.

Blue Peony

The peony was a symbol of female virtue. The Yuan dynasty, officially the Great Yuan, literally “Great Yuan State” was the empire or ruling dynasty of China established by Kublai Khan, leader of the Mongol Borjigin clan. It followed the Song dynasty and preceded the Ming dynasty, from 1271 to 1381, used the peonies to decorate bowls and platters.

Eternal Celadon

The Green Celadon, from the Goryeo Dynasty (918 – 1932) was considered the most excuisite from all Korean history.

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