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    Eighteenth-century Chinese pilgrim bottle with the shou (long-life) symbol, some of the Eight Immortals' symbols and other auspicious symbols. (Walters Museum)

    Shoji Screen in Black w Shou Long Life Symbols

    Bottle, Pilgrim

    Bottle, Pilgrim

    Pilgrim Bottle; Italian, slipware, circa 1650

    Chinese Glass Bottle with Bamboo and Flowers, 1st half 19th century. opaque white glass, red overlay glass

    Pilgrim bottle

    Eighteenth-century carved-wood figure of an altar attendant (tongja) holding a phoenix, a symbol of longevity and good luck. (LACMA)

    Pilgrim Bottle, c. 1540 Italy, Faenza, 16th century

    A nineteen-century Chinese turquoise snuff bottle, engraved with a shou character, symbol of longevity. (British Museum)

    Bottle with Running Quadrupeds Object Name: Bottle Date: 17th century Geography: Iran

    Tin glazed earthenware Pilgrim Flask Italian 1565 Getty Museum

    Portrait Head Bottle, 5th–6th century Peru; Moche

    Pilgrim Bottle by Lothar Franke

    Moche Stirrup Spout Bottle with Deer, 4th–7th century, Peru

    Carol Long | Orange Flower Bottle

    ∴ Snuff Bottle with Children at Play, 18th century. China. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913 (14.40.477a, b) #kids #perfume #bottle #art

    "Auspicious Symbols: Crane, Rising Sun and Peach." Japan, Edo period, ca. 1850.

    Standing court lady, mid-7th century. Tang dynasty (618–906). China.

    centuriespast: Pilgrim bottle, Urbino, Italy (made) Date: ca. 1550 (made) The Victoria and Albert Museum

    Figurative Bottle, Salinar, 200 BC - 100 AD, ceramic orangeware