from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An ancient earthenware jar or vase of a peculiar kind, usually glazed and ornamented exteriorly, occasionally found in certain regions in the Philippine Islands. These jars are of Japanese origin and are highly valued, especially by the Japanese.
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Sorry. posted @ Monday, February 22, 2010 1: 03 AM by tibor
A tibor is worth a great sum, and the Japanese adorn them outside with fine gold beautifully chased, and keep them in brocade cases.
Some tibors are valued and sold for two thousand taes of eleven reals to the tae, or for less, according to the quality of the tibor.
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