Guan-type stoneware bowl with wide mouth and low, wide foot. The bowl has greenish glaze with fine, pale brown crackle. The footrim and mouthrim are unglazed. There are five spur marks on the interior of the vase.
- Made in: China
- Height: 83 millimetres
- Diameter: 111 millimetres
- Diameter: 76 millimetres (base)
Published PDF date : Southern Song 12th-13thC
Room 95 label text:
Bowl with guan-type glaze
Green glazed wares are known as celadons in English, 青瓷(qingci) in Chinese and 青瓷 (seiji) in Japanese This bowl is covered with a crackled celadon glaze similar to Southern Song dynasty guan wares (AD 1127–1279).
Stoneware with guan-type crackled glaze
Probably Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province 江西省, 景德鎮
Qing dynasty, about AD 1700–1800
R. L. Hobson, 1934 records: 'From the Imperial Collection, Peking.'
Guan-type stoneware bowl with wide mouth and low, wide foot. The bowl has greenish glaze with fine, pale brown crackle. The footrim and mouthrim are unglazed. There are five spur marks on the inside of the vase.
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Object reference number: RRC38440
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