Pronounced chung ja, that Korean word translates as “celadon,” the term for a pale gray-green family of ceramics originating in China but flourishing in Korea. This is a celadon dragon turtle teakettle from Korea’s Koryo dynasty (918 – 1392).
(National Museum of Korea, National Treasure no. 96. File no. 청자 거북이 모양 주자.jpg. Image from Wikimedia Commons.)
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Source: “S. S. Lucania, July 28, 1894.” Photograph by John S. Johnston. Detroit Publishing Company Collection, Library of Congress, http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/det1994011734/PP/. Photoshopped. I discuss the image in detail at http://theartpart.jonathanmorse.net/identities-unhidden/.