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Longquan-type stoneware vessel of archaic jue form, with three splayed legs and two rectangular columns on the rim of the body. The vessel has greyish green glaze.
- Made in: China (South)
- Height: 162 millimetres
Published PDF date : Modern JapanRoom 95 label text:
Jue with celadon glaze
This high-fired cup is archaistic in two senses. Firstly it is modelled in the form of an ancient bronze ritual vessel made for heating wine called a jue. Furthermore it is covered in a Song-style celadon glaze. Sir Percival David acquired it on 12 May 1939 from Parke - Bernet auctio. The lot number was 228.
Stoneware with celadon glaze
South China 中國南部
Late Qing dynasty or Republican period, about 1850–1938
PDF Card: Acquired from Parke - Bernet May 12 1939, lot 228.
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Object reference number: RRC38624
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