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A HUANGHUALI BURL-FORM BRUSH POT 17TH CENTURY The thick sides of the brush pot are carved in imitation of burl root, and are of rich honey-brown color and with an attractive grain. The slightly concave base lacks its plug. 10 ¼ in. (26 cm.) diam.
Provenance
Ralph M. Chait, New York, 1983.
Literature
S. Little, Spirit Stones of China, the Ian and Susan Wilson Collection of Chinese Stones, Paintings, and Related Scholars' Objects, Chicago, 1999, no. 59.

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Compare with a similar example from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Piccus, illustrated in Wood from the Scholar's Table, Hong Kong, 1984, p. 65, cat. no. 30.

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