This is a high-quality replica of a porcelain Ming vase made during the reign of China's Xuande Emperor (1426-35). The original vase sold in a 2016 auction in Hong Kong for US$20 million. The five-clawed dragon, being a symbol of the emperor, indicates that it was specifically made for the emperor.
It has clean quad-polygon geometry with seamless textures and is modelled to scale, with the original vase being 48.4 cm high. The 4K textures make it suitable for close-up renders.
Contents: - High polygon vase (fbx): 8,066 vertices / 8,128 polygons. - High polygon base (fbx): 6,449 vertices / 6,582 polygons. - Low polygon vase (fbx): 4,418 vertices / 4,480 polygons. - Low polygon base (fbx): 1,676 vertices / 1,740 polygons. - 14, 4096 x 4096 textures (tif), including diffuse, normal, specular roughness, height. - Two texture options for the base (rosewood and black lacquer) and two texture options for the vase (original blue design, and optional orange). - Maya 2017/Arnold 5 scene file (.mb and .ma) with textures node network. - Cinema 4D R18 scene file (.c4d) with textures added.