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Cambodian Rattan: The Sculpture of Sopheap Pich
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One of a Pair of Boxes in the Shape of Ducks
Box with Scene of a Visit
Snuff Bottle with Rocks and Peonies
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This artwork is part of Mother-of-Pearl: A Tradition in Asian Lacquer
This artwork is not on display
Ducks, particularly in pairs, function as symbols of marital bliss in Chinese art, and it seems likely that this charming pair was once either a wedding gift or part of a dowry.
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