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  • Object type

  • Museum number

    PDF.577

  • Description

    Porcelain bag-shaped vase with narrow straight neck. The vase has finely crackled dark copper red glaze, fading to bluish-white at the mouth, and a bluish-white glazed base.

  • Culture/period

  • Date

    • 1662-1722
  • Production place

  • Materials

  • Technique

  • Dimensions

    • Height: 208 millimetres
  • Curator's comments

    Published PDF date : Qing Kangxi 1662-1722Room 95 label text:

    PDF 577

    Vase with copper-red glaze


    This vase is glazed with a copper-red glaze, fading to white at the rim.


    Porcelain with transparent and copper-red peach-bloom glazes
    Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province江西省, 景德鎮
    Qing dynasty, Kangxi period, AD 1662–1722

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  • Bibliography

    • Hobson 1934 p. 159, pl. CLVIII(b) bibliographic details
    • Medley 1973 p.24, no.577 bibliographic details
    • Scott 1989 p.25, no.577 bibliographic details
  • Location

    G95/case48/sh9

  • Acquisition name

  • Department

    Asia

  • Registration number

    PDF.577

Bag-shaped porcelain vase with narrow straight neck. Finely crackled dark copper red glaze, fading to bluish-white at the mouth. Bluish-white glazed base.

Bag-shaped porcelain vase with narrow straight neck. Finely crackled dark copper red glaze, fading to bluish-white at the mouth. Bluish-white glazed base.

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