During the Gilded Age, galleries were often created within the home to display fine art, representing a family's wealth. These collections also included lavish decorative art pieces such as pottery, porcelains, furniture, draperies, tapestries, and jewelry acquired through travel and curiosity of exotic cultures around the world.
Separated by vast oceans, Western porcelain enthusiasts collected and displayed blue and white porcelains made in China as an ultimate statement of sophistication. Through the centuries, these designs have remained a classic in interior design.
Start your own collection! Choose from 6 styles of the Canton Collection Tea Jar
Dimensions: from 3 1/4"W x 3 1/4"D x 3 1/2"H to 4 1/2"W x 2"D x 5 1/2"H